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Schedule of Courses 

Fall ^99a 



Published March 27, 199& 



B'oston College Office of the University Registrai- 



Course listings subject to change 



Just View It 



Course and Program Descriptions 
http://www.bc.edu/courses 



Grades by Phone 

Dial 617-552-8801 to access your grades by phone. The system is 
available from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. Have your Eagle Number and 
Personal Identification Number (PIN) ready and follow the voice prompts. 
The system will speak your grades for the last term. The grades will only 
be read once so have a pencil ready. New grades are posted to the system 
once per day so you only need to check once. 

Registration Preparation 

Graduate Students 

The fall and summer 1998 on-line registration and drop/add period for 
all graduate students will begin on April 17 and continue through 
September 9. 

Graduate students in GSA&S, CGSOM, GSOE, GSON, and GSSW who 
register before August 15, 1998, will have their registration fee waived. 
This waiver only applies to those students who complete their registration 
by August 15. Students who add courses after August 15 will be charged 
the $15 registration fee. 

Students registered for Doctoral Continuation in the spring will be pre- 
registered for the fall unless they graduate in May or are enrolled in 
programs that require departmental permission. Those students whose 
departments require permission need to obtain a departmental override. 
Graduate students using School of Education teaching vouchers should 
see Arline Riordan in the Graduate Education Admission Office. 

Undergraduate Students 

The fall 1998 registration and drop/add period for undergraduates will 
begin on April 22 and continue through September 9. CSOM students in 
the Class of 1999 will receive their registration materials in the mail during 
the week of March 30. All other undergraduates must pick up their 
Registration Information/Degree Audit ^orms from their advisors beginning 
April 3. 



Registration Procedures 

Graduate and undergraduate students register and drop/add using 
either the U-View Plus system — available from any computer terminal or 
microcomputer with a network (EagleNet) connection or with a dialup 
(modem) connection to BC's administrative mainframe computer — or the 
L/-D/a/ voice-response system. iy-D/a/can be accessed from a touch-tone 
telephone by dialing 617-552-8800. Instructions for accessing U-View 
Pius are posted in the terminal carrels in O'Neill 248 and in the Student 
Learning and Support Center in O'Neill 250. The registration systems will 
be available seven days a week (with exceptions) until 1 1 :00 PM. through 
September 9. 

Undergraduates can register at or after their appointment times; gradu- 
ate students may register on or after April 17. All students may drop/add 
any time after they have registered. Drop/adds after September 9 must be 
approved by the appropriate department/Dean's Office. 

Graduate Students 

Special Students who have not applied to a degree program or who 
have applied but have not yet been accepted and wish to take graduate 
level courses must apply as special students to the appropriate graduate 
school. This policy also applies to students who wish to take graduate 
level courses using teaching vouchers and have not applied or been 
accepted into a graduate school at Boston College. Those who have previ- 
ously taken courses using vouchers should contact the Admission Offices 
to be readmitted. 

Undergraduate Students 

Undergraduates will need (1) a Personal Identification Number (PIN) 
and (2) a 4-digit registration access code. The registration access code is 
printed on the Registration Information/Degree Audit ^orm. The access 
code is necessary in order to register; it ensures that students have met 
with their faculty advisors, if required for their school and class year. 

The Registration Information/Degree Audit ^orm also includes the reg- 
istration appointment time and a complete Degree Audit The Degree Audit 
is a computerized matching of the degree requirements for a student's 
class year, school, and major with the courses that have been completed. 
If the Degree Audit is not accurate, students should make an appointment 
to see their Recorder. The Recorder's name, telephone number, and E-Mail 
address are listed on the Registration Information/Degree Audit^orm. 



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Undergraduates have been assigned a registration appointment time 
based on class year. Appointments are sclieduied from 8:00 A.IVI. to 5:00 
P.IVI. and sliouid not conflict with course schedules. Since the appointment 
time is stored on the computer, undergraduates may not register before 
their appointment, although they may register any time thereafter. 

Lyons First Floor Services 

Eagle Number 

Your Eagle Number is the last 8-digits to the left of your picture on the 
Eagle-One Card. Keep your Eagle Number easily accessible since it allows 
you to access your records on U-View, and it is often requested by the 
University as a form of identification. 

Eagle-One Cards 

Eagle-One cards are required for use of the library facilities. Dining 
Services Convenience Plans, and as student identification at athletic facili- 
ties and events. 

New or returning students who need Eagle-One cards must bring a 
valid photo ID to Lyons 112. A fee of $20 will be applied to your student 
account. 

E-Mail 

E-Mail accounts are automatically created for all full-time undergradu- 
ates. Log on to i/-l//'eM/and type M, the option to request or view your 
E-Mail address. Press return. Your full address will appear at the bottom of 
the iy-l//eM/ screen. 

Graduate students should log on to iy-l//ei/i/and choose the option to 
request an E-Mail account. U-View access is available in the Student 
Learning and Support Center in O'Neill Library. An account will be created 
for you in approximately 24 hours. After inputting the request, the U-View 
screen will show you which server your account is on: MAIL1 (mostly fac- 
ulty and staff), MAIL2 (formerly known as cleo) or MAILS (formerly known 
as tony). 

E-Mail accounts are valid as long as you are registered with an exten- 
sion until August 1 of the year you graduate. 

Parking Permits 

B.C. regulations require a parking permit between 1:30 A.M. and 
3:30 PM. weekdays. Students arriving for classes after 3:30 PM. may park 
on the Lower or Newton Campuses without purchasing a parking permit. 

Also, no permit is required on weekends. Students with parking ques- 
tions should come to the Registrar's Office in Lyons Hall 1 1 2. 

Dining Services Convenience Plans 

Convenience Bucks allows students to purchase food at any of the 
University's restaurants and concession stands, as well as items from 
campus vending machines and pizza from an off-campus vendor. To pur- 
chase Convenience Bucks complete the Convenience Bucks Contract, 
which is available in Lyons 112. There is a $100 minimum deposit. April 
15 is the last day students can have money billed to their accounts. After 
April 15 students must pay by check or cash. 



Registrar's Service Area 



To process an override for a closed or restricted course, to obtain a let- 
ter of certification, or to resolve general registration problems go to Lyons 
1 1 2, Monday-Friday from 8:45 A.M. until 4:45 P.M. The Registrar's Service 
Area staff can also assist you with parking. Convenience Bucks, or Eagle- 
One Card questions as well. Call 617-552-3300 or 
E-Mail: registrar@bc.edu 



Transcript Office 



Transcript requests may be submitted in writing to the following 
address: Transcript Requests, Office of the University Registrar, Lyons 
1 1 3, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 021 67 or faxed to 61 7-552-4975. 



Requests are usually processed within 48-72 hours of receipt. 
Students may also complete a transcript request form available in Lyons 
foyer. 

The Transcript Office is open Monday-Friday from 8:45 A.M. until 
4:45 P.M. There is no charge for a transcript. 

Registration Information 

Advising 

Undergraduates must schedule an appointment with an advisor to 
review course selections. Students can check their records on (7- I/Zen/ for 
their advisor's name. L/- I/Zen/ machines are located in Lyons foyer, O'Neill 
Library, McGuinn lobby. Lower Campus Dining Hall or McElroy. If you are 
acting as a proxy for a student who is on Foreign Study take the proxy 
form to Lyons 112, where you can pick up the student's registration mater- 
ial and register for him or her. CSOM students should reference their 
school's advising Web site at http://www.bc.edu/csomadvice.html before 
registering for courses. 

Course Descriptions 

Access the Registrar's Office Web site for course descriptions at the 
following address: http://www.bc.edu/courses. Use the Schedule of 
Courses on the Web to determine the index and section numbers, and the 
meeting time of each course. 

You may also browse courses on U-View Pius by using the "C" option, 
which will access both fall and spring semester courses, or search for 
courses by instructor name, by course title, and by open courses (not 
closed or canceled). 

Course Restrictions/Closed Courses 

An asterisk (*) next to a course indicates a restriction. The specific 
restriction is printed underneath the course. Courses may be restricted by 
school (e.g.. For Education Only), by degree (e.g.. For Doctoral Students 
Only), or by major (e.g.. For Economics Majors Only). Other courses, or 
sections of courses, may be held by the department so that they are 
unavailable during certain periods of registration. Some courses (including 
all graduate courses) may be available to undergraduates with department 
permission only. 

Note: If you are planning to change your major, be sure to check the 
General Information section for instructions. 

Overrides 

In exceptional cases, a department may decide to override a course 
restriction. If you wish to obtain an override for a course that was closed 
or restricted when you registered, see the department. If the department 
Chairperson or Assistant decides to allow you to register for the course, he 
or she will give you an Approvai/Override iorm. The form must be stamped 
in the appropriate section: Open/Restricted oyemties school, major, degree 
and department restrictions; Override for a dosed Course overrides all 
restrictions and size limits for closed courses. In rare cases you may need 
to obtain permission to override a corequisite or to register for two cours- 
es that conflict in time. In those cases the Approval for Time Confiict mus\. 
be signed. 

If you obtain an override for a restricted or closed course take the form 
to Lyons 112, after you have registered. You cannot process overrides 
through U-Diai o r U- Vie w Pius. 

Students in A&S, CSOM, and SON, who maintain a 3.00 GPA, may add 
a sixth course on-line (up to 20 credits) during the first week of classes. 

Registration Holds 

If you have an outstanding balance on your student account, are miss- 
ing a transcript from a university you attended previously, or have failed to 
submit proof of immunization to the Health Services Office, a hold may be 
placed on your registration. If a registration hold message appears on the 
screen, you must see the appropriate office to resolve the situation before 
you can register. 



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Immunization Requirement 

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that all full-time college 
students show proof of immunization against measles (2 doses), mumps, 
rubella, diphtheria, tetanus and tuberculosis (tuberculosis test within the 
past 2 years). If you have not submitted the Immunization Verification 
form you must do so before registering. Students who fail to provide proof 
of immunization prior to registering for their second semester at Boston 
College will not be permitted to register. To obtain an Immunization 
Verification ^orm contact Health Services at 617-552-3225 in Cushing Hall. 

Students whose personal religious beliefs forbid immunization or who 
can provide physician's documentation that immunizations should not be 
given because of pre-existing medical problems should contact Health 
Services. 

Massacliusetts Medical Insurance 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Law has mandated that all students, 
graduate and undergraduate, taking at least 75 percent of full-time credit 
hours must be covered by medical insurance providing a specified mini- 
mum coverage. Determination of whether or not a graduate student is 
required to enroll in the insurance program is based strictly on the actual 
number of credits for which the student is registered each semester. 
Graduate students in the Schools of Social Work, Management, and 
Advancing Studies who register for 9 or more credits are considered 75 
percent of full-time. Students in Graduate Arts and Sciences who register 
for 6 or more credits and students in the Graduate Schools of Nursing and 
Education who register for 7 or more credits are considered 75 percent of 
full-time. 

Boston College will offer all students — graduate and undergraduate — 
the option of participating in the plan offered at the University or 
submitting a waiver. The details of the University's Insurance plan are 
available on the U-View system or on the World Wide Web at 
www.bc.edu/accts. Students may waive the BC insurance plan by complet- 
ing the electronic waiver form on U-View. Students under the age of 18 are 
required to submit a written waiver form with the signature of their par- 
ent/guardian. This form is mailed to all incoming students during the 
spring and is also available for download at the Web site listed above or 
from the Student Account Office. The waiver must be completed and sub- 
mitted by October 9, 1 998, for the fall semester and by February 1 2, 1 999, 
for spring semester. Students who do not complete a waiver by the due 
dates will be enrolled and billed for the BC plan. 

Students registering for less than 75 percent of a full-time course load 
who wish to enroll in the insurance plan must be in a degree-granting pro- 
gram. Such students enroll directly with the insurance company using the 
part-time enrollment form available at the Boston College Health Services 
department in Cushing Hall or at Walter W. Sussenguth and Associates. 
The coverage becomes effective upon receipt of the application and pay- 
ment by the insurer if received after the due dates above. 

Note: For insurance purposes students registered for credits (e.g.. 
Doctoral Continuation, Interim Study) are considered part-time and must 
enroll directly with the insurance company. For questions concerning stu- 
dent enrollment, waivers or billing call 617-552-3600. 

Billing Information 

Tuition and fees for undergraduates are due by August 15. Restrictions 
will be placed on any account not resolved by the due dates. These restric- 
tions include denied access to Housing and the Athletic Complex, use of 
the Meal Plan, and the ability to drop and add courses and to cash checks 
at the Cashier's Office. In severe cases, students will be withdrawn from 
the University. In addition, a $100 late payment fee will be assessed on any 
account that is not resolved by the due dates. There will be absolutely no 
registration or confirmation of registration allowed after October 30, 1998. 
Scholarship holders are not exempt from payment of registration, accep- 
tance fees, insurance and miscellaneous fees at the time prescribed. 



Tuition and fees for the Graduate Schools of Management, Arts and 
Sciences, Education, Nursing, and Social Work are billed on August 15. 
Payment is due on September 15. All students should be registered by 
August 15. 

The tuition in the Law School is due by August 15. 

Visa and Mastercard are accepted for payment of tuition and fees. The 
automated payment system may be reached by calling 800-324-2297. This 
system is available seven (7) days a week excluding holidays from 8:30 
A.M. to 1 1 :00 P.M. (EST) Please note: If a student is entitled to a refund 
due to withdrawal or overpayment and his/her account was paid by a cred- 
it card, a credit to that card will be made in lieu of a refund check. 

Questions regarding billing and payment should be directed to the 
Student Account Office, More Hall 380 at 617-552-3600 or 800-775-0233. 

Tuition and Fees 

Undergraduate Tuition— Fall 1998 

Second semester tuition and fees are due by August 1 5, 1 998. 
Tuition second semester $10,380.00 

Undergraduate General Fees 

Application Fee (not refundable) $50.00 

Acceptance Fee $200.00 

This fee will be applied towards students' tuition in the second semes- 
ter of their senior year. Students forfeit this fee if they withdraw prior to 
completing their first semester. Students who withdraw after completing 
their first semester are entitled to a refund of this fee (provided they do not 
have an outstanding student account) if they formally withdraw prior to 
July 1 for fall semester. 

Health Fee $282.00 

Identification Card (Required for all new students) $20.00 

Late Payment Fee $100.00 

Recreation Fee — payable annually $170.00 

Freshman Orientation Fee (Mandatory for all freshman) $220.00 

Undergraduate Special Fees 

All fees are proposed and subject to change. 

Extra Course — per semester hour credit $692.00 

Laboratory Fee— per semester $115.00-435.00 

Mass. Medical Insurance $455.00 per year 

($190.00 first semester, $265.00 second semester) 

Nursing Laboratory Fee $170.00 

NCLEX Assessment Test $55.00 

Exemption Examination $55.00-90.00 

Special Students— per semester hour credit $692.00 

Student Activity Fee $46.00 per semester 

Graduate Tuition and Fees— Fall 1998 

Graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences, Education, and Nursing 

Students cross-registering in graduate programs pay tuition rates of 
the school in which they are enrolled. 

Tuition — per semester hour $626 

Auditor's fee — per semester hour $313 

Audits are considered fees and are not refundable. 

Students changing from credit to audit receive no refund. 
Carroll School of Management, Graduate Division 

Students cross-registering in graduate programs pay tuition rates of 
the school in which they are enrolled. 

Tuition — per semester hour $714 

Auditor's fee — per semester hour $357 

Audits are considered fees and are not refundable. 

Students changing from credit to audit receive no refund. 
Graduate School of Social Work 

Students cross-registering in graduate programs pay tuition rates of 
the school in which they are enrolled. 

Full-time GSSW tuition— per semester $9,230 

Part-time tuition — per semester hour M.S.W $504 

Part-time tuition — per semester hour D.S.W $580 



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Law School 

Tuition $23,420 

Students cross-registering in graduate programs pay tuition rates of 
tlie sciiool in wliicii tiiey are enrolled. 

Summer graduate tuition is the same as the academic year's. 

Graduate General Fees 

Activity fee — per semester 

7 credits or more $25 

Fewer than 7 credits $15 

Students who are in off-campus satellite programs or out-of-state 
teaching practica are exempt from the activity fee. 
Doctoral Comprehensive Fee — per semester 

GSA&S, GSOE and GSON $626 

CGSOM $714 

GSSW $580 

Continuation fee — per semester 

GSA&S, GSON, GSOE $626 

CGSOM $714 

GSSW $580 

Master's Thesis Direction — per semester 

GSA&S,GSON,GSOE $626 

Interim Study $30 

Laboratory fee — per semester $140-$435 

Late Payment Fee $100 

Late Registration Fee $45 

Mass. Medical Insurance — per year $455 

($190.00 first semester) 
($265.00 second semester) 
Microfilm and Binding: 

Doctoral Dissertation $95 

Master's thesis $75 

Copyright fee (optional) $35 

Nursing Laboratory Fee (Payable for each clinical nursing course)$170 

Registration fee — per semester $15 

Student Identification Card (Required for all new students) $20 

The Trustees of Boston College reserve the right to change the tuition 
rates and to make additional charges within the University whenever such 
action is deemed necessary. 

Withdrawals and Refunds 

Fees are not refundable. 

Tuition is cancelled subject to the following conditions: 

• Notice of withdrawal must be made in writing to the Dean of the 
student's school. 

• The date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal by the Dean's 
Office determines the amount of tuition cancelled. 

The cancellation schedule that follows will apply to students withdraw- 
ing voluntarily, as well as to students who are dismissed from the 
University for academic or disciplinary reasons. 

Undergraduate Refund Schedule 

Undergraduate students withdrawing by the following dates will 
receive the tuition refund indicated below. 

• by September 1, 1998: 100% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 11, 1998: 80% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 18, 1998: 60% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 25, 1998: 40% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Oct. 2, 1998: 20% of tuition charged is cancelled 

No cancellations are made after the 5th week of classes. 



Graduate Refund Schedule (Excluding Law) 

Graduate students (except Law students) withdrawing by the following 
dates will receive the tuition refund indicated below. 

• by Sept. 9, 1998: 100% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 11,1 998: 80% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept.18,1998: 60% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 25, 1998: 40% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Oct. 2,1998: 20% of tuition charged is cancelled 

No cancellation of tuition is made after the 5th week of classes. Interim 
Study, Thesis Direction, Doctoral Continuation, Doctoral Comprehensives 
and audit charges are considered fees and are not refundable. 

Law School Refund Schedule 

Law students are subject to the refund schedule outlined below. 

• by August 21 , 1 998: 1 00% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 4, 1998: 80% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept.1 1 , 1 998: 60% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 18, 1998: 40% of tuition charged is cancelled 

• by Sept. 25, 1998: 20% of tuition charged is cancelled 

General Information 

Course Exceptions 

Audits and Credit Variations apply to graduate students only. 

Audits 

students in the Graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences and Nursing 
may add an audit on-line (U-View Plus or U-Dlal). Graduate School of 
Education students must see their Dean and complete a Graduate Course 
Exception form. Students in the School of Social Work should contact 
Mary Hogan regarding audits. Graduate School of Management students 
may not audit a course. 

If you drop the audit before September 9, you will receive 100% refund 
of tuition. You may not drop an audit after September 9. After September 
9, go to the Associate Dean's office and complete a Graduate Course 
Exception form to change a course from audit to credit or credit to audit. 
There is no cancellation of tuition for a course changed from credit to 
audit. 

Credit Variation 

If you need to change the number of credits for a course pick up a 
Graduate Credit Variation form from the Registrar's Office. Have the form 
approved by the Associate Dean's Office and return it to Lyons 112 by 
September 9. After September 9, bring the form to the Student Account 
Office and pay for the additional credits. 

Pass/Fail 

Sophomores, juniors and seniors may enroll in a non-major or non- 
Core course on a Pass/Fail basis or remove a Pass/Fail designation on-line 
through September 9. NB: Carroll School of Management courses may not 
be taken Pass/Fail by any student. 

To declare a course Pass/Fail in the Graduate School of Social Work, 
contact the Dean's Office at 617-552-4020 by September 18. Graduate 
School of Nursing students take NU 901 and NU 902 Pass/Fail. IREPM 
students should contact Paula Jurigian for Pass/Fail information. Students 
in GSAS, CGSOM and GSOE may not take courses Pass/Fail. 

Witlidrawing from a Course or from tlie 
University 

For spring 1998 any course dropped after January 16 will be recorded 
as a withdrawal. The last day to withdraw from a spring course with a W or 
to withdraw from the University is April 14. For fall 1998 any course 
dropped after September 9 will be recorded as a withdrawal. The last day 
to withdraw from a fall course with a W or to withdraw from the University 
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students will not be permitted to drop courses during the last two 
weeks of classes or during the exam period. Students are still registered at 
this point and will receive a final grade for the course. To withdraw from a 
course or from the University see your Dean. 



Cross Registration 



The Consortium 

Graduate students may cross register for one course each semester at 
Boston University, Brandeis and Tufts. M.B.A. students are not permitted 
to register at Brandeis University and students in the Graduate Finance 
program are not allowed to cross register at any of the universities. 
Undergraduate students (except freshmen) may cross register at Boston 
University, Brandeis, Hebrew College, Pine Manor, Regis and Tufts. To 
cross register follow the procedures below: 

• Obtain the Cross Registration form in Lyons 112 

• Obtain authorization from your Dean 

• Have the form signed by the host institution 

• Return the form to Lyons 1 1 2 by September 9 

You will not receive credit for the class without returning the signed 
Cross Registration form. 

Women's Consortium 

The Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies at Radcliffe is an inter- 
institutional enterprise established to advance the field of women's studies 
and enlarge the scope of graduate education through new models of team 
teaching and interdisciplinary study. Faculty and students are drawn from 
six member schools: Boston College, Brandeis, Harvard, Northeastern, 
MIT, and Tufts. Graduate students enrolled in degree programs at Boston 
college may take GCWS seminars with department permission and should 
follow the cross registration procedures described under The Consortium. 

Boston Theological Institute 

students who want to cross register through the Boston Theological 
Institute (BTI) should pick up a Cross Registration petition in the Theology 
Department (Carney 418) and return it with the appropriate authorization 
to Lyons 1 1 2 by September 9. Theology majors may take up to half of their 
courses through BTI. Students are expected to consult with their advisors 
or department chairpersons before cross registering. For further informa- 
tion call 617-552-3300 or Maggie Galvin in the Theology Department at 
617-552-8491. 

The following colleges and universities participate in the BTI cross reg- 
istration program. 

• Andover Newton School of Theology 

• Boston University School of Theology 

• Episcopal Divinity School 

• Gordon-Conwell School of Theology 

• Harvard Divinity School 

• Holy Cross College (Greek Theology School) 

• St. John's Seminary 

• Weston School of Theology 

College of Advancing Studies 

Each semester a limited number of seats in College of Advancing 
Studies (CAS) courses are made available to full time undergraduates. A 
list of available courses will be posted in Lyons foyer. All students are lim- 
ited to one CAS course each semester. Students in the College of Arts and 
Sciences may not take courses on Saturday. Freshman may not enroll in 
any CAS course. 

Before selecting a course, take note of the course restrictions posted 
on the list. CAS courses can be used to fulfill elective requirements. Check 
with the appropriate department if you intend to use a CAS course to fulfill 
a Core or major requirement. 

Descriptions for College of Advancing Studies courses are available in 
Lyons 112. 



Requesting Advisor Changes 

students in the College of Arts and Sciences who want to request a 
change of advisor may obtain the forms in the Associate Dean's Office, 
Gasson 1 09. The request must be made during the first five weeks of the 
semester. Students in SOE, CSOM, and SON should contact their Associate 
Dean's Offices to request an advisor change. 

Dropping, Adding or Changing a Major 

If you want to drop, add or change a Biology, English, Mathematics, 
Sociology or Theatre major, please see the department chairperson. For all 
other majors go to Lyons 1 1 2. 

Internal Transfer 

students who wish to transfer internally (e.g., from Arts and Sciences 
to Management) must first pick up the application form in the Dean's 
Office during the registration period (beginning April 22). Forms should be 
returned to the Dean's Office by April 29. The Dean will review the applica- 
tion and then notify the student and the Registrar's Office. 

Graduation Information 

Boston College has three graduation dates — December 30, August 30, 
and May (date varies yearly). If you believe that you have completed all 
your degree requirements as of the end of the previous semester and 
should have graduated, please contact the appropriate person. 

• A&S: Angle DiPietro, 617-552-4974 

• CSOM, CGSOM, SOE, CAS, GCAS, SON, GSON,: Lisa Coppotelli, 
617-552-3305 

• GSA&S, GSOE, LAW, GSSW: Pat Speros, 61 7-552-4979 

Mailing Address Update 

Undergraduate and graduate students can change their local, home or 
parents' addresses and telephone numbers on U-View Plus. To update 
your address(es) go to the Student Learning and Support Center or log-on 
to U-View Plus via modem or an EagleNet connection. Students may also 
change an address by writing to Lyons First Floor Services. If you do not 
update your address you may not receive Boston College mailings, reg- 
istration information, or your grades. The Dean of Students needs your 
local address in case of emergencies. 

Because of the increasing number of students who need to have 
grades sent to more than one address, a second address file for grades 
has been established. To have grades mailed to more than one address, 
please notify Lyons First Floor Services by mail or in person. The request 
must include name. Eagle Number, school, second address, and signature. 
Your name and second address will be placed on file and grades mailed to 
both your home and second address each semester until you graduate. 

Certificate of Enrollment 

Deferment forms will be processed by the National Student Loan 
Clearinghouse after January 16, 1998 in accordance with Federal regula- 
tions. If you need an enrollment certification for deferment of a student 
loan, mail or fax the forms to the following address: Office of the Registrar, 
Lyons 112, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167, 617-552-4975 or stop by Lyons 112. 
Your deferment form will be forwarded to the National Student Loan 
Clearinghouse. 

If you register for Interim Study, Thesis Direction, Doctoral 
Continuation, Doctoral Comprehensives, a full-time Student Teaching 
Practica or Internship, you are considered a full-time student. If you are a 
Graduate Assistant for an academic department, a Teaching Assistant, 
Teaching Fellow, Research Assistant, or University Fellow, you may be 
considered full-time with less than the normal full-time credit load. This 
full-time category applies only to loans and is not considered full-time sta- 
tus for automatic medical insurance enrollment. Students in this category 
are to fill out a part-time medical insurance form. 

You must be registered to be certified. If you withdraw from courses at 
any point during the semester your certification status will change and this 
change will be reported to your guaranty agency by the Clearinghouse. 



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Enrollment Status Requirements 

Full-time 

• All Undergraduates — 12 or more credits 

• CAS — 12 or more credits 

• CGSOM, GSSW, LAW— 12 or more credits 

• GSOE, GSON— 9 or more credits 

• GSA&S — 7 or more credits 

Half-time 

All graduate schools — 6 or more credits 

Voting Affidavits 

students living in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who want to 
register to vote may pick up Affidavits of Voter Registration in the foyer of 
Lyons. Complete the form and return it to Lyons First Floor Services. It will 
then be forwarded to the Registrar in your city or town. 

Student Right to Information 

Campus Safety and Security Program 

In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security 
Act, Boston College publishes the Campus Safety and Security Program, 
an annual report containing the University's campus safety and security 
policies and crime statistics. Upon request, this report is available to any 
prospective student. It may be obtained, along with other information the 
University is required to make available under the Student Right-to-Know 
and Campus Security Act, from the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 
617-552-3100 or by writing to Boston College, Office of Undergraduate 
Admission, Devlin Hall 208, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, 
MA 02167-3809. 

Enrollment Statistics and Graduation Rate 

During the fall of 1997, Boston College enrolled 8,921 undergraduates, 
1 ,01 2 College of Advancing Studies students and 4,71 9 graduate students. 

Of freshmen who first enrolled at Boston College in the fall of 1991, 
eighty-five percent had completed their degree by 1997 and three percent 
had chosen to continue their studies elsewhere. The combined retention 
rate for this entering class is 88 percent. Of the graduates, 96 percent 
earned their degrees within four years. 

Equity in Athletics 

students, prospective students, and the public may upon request to 
the Controller's Office obtain a copy of the annual report of Boston 
College's participation rates, financial support, and other information on 
men's and women's intercollegiate athletic programs. 

Confidentiality of Student Records 

Certain personally identifiable information from a student's education 
record, designated by Boston College as directory information, may be 
released without the student's prior consent. This information includes 
name, term, home and electronic addresses, telephone number, date and 
place of birth, photograph, major field of study, participation in officially 
recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic 
teams, dates of attendance, school/college of enrollment, anticipated date 
of graduation, degrees and awards received, the most recent previous edu- 
cational agency or institution attended, and other similar information. A 
student who so wishes has the absolute right to prevent release of all 
directory information including verification of enrollment. In order to do 
so, the student must complete a form requesting non-disclosure of direc- 
tory information, which is available in the Registrar's Office. To request 
non-disclosure please see Argi Krypotos, Lyons 112, or contact her at 
617-552-3667. 

Electronic and print {Tlie Source) access to selected directory informa- 
tion is available to members outside the Boston College community. A 
student who wishes to restrict display of electronic and print information 
only must log into U-View an6 specify the items to be suppressed on the 



electronic form, which is listed on the U-View menu. You must have com- 
pleted the electronic form by September 9 if you did not want your 
directory information to appear in Tfie Source. 

All non-directory information is considered confidential and will not be 
released to outside inquiries without the express written consent of the 
student. 

Notice of Non-Discrimination 

Boston College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, 
color, national origin, age, marital or parental status, veteran status, sex, or 
disabilities in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its 
programs and activities. The University is in compliance with the laws of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and provides equal employment and 
housing opportunities without regard to sexual orientation. 

Boston College is an academic community whose doors are open to all 
students without regard to race, religion, age, sex, marital or parental sta- 
tus, national origin, veteran status or handicap. Boston College has 
designated the Director of Affirmative Action to coordinate its efforts to 
comply with and carry out its responsibilities to prevent discrimination in 
accordance with state and federal laws. Any applicant for admission or 
employment, as well as all students, faculty members, and employees are 
welcome to raise any questions regarding violation of this policy with the 
Director of Affirmative Action, More Hall 314, (617-552-2947). In addition, 
any person who believes that an act of discrimination based on Title IX dis- 
crimination has occurred at Boston College, may raise this issue with the 
Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights of the United States Department of 
Education. 

Disabled Student Services 

Boston College complies with federal regulations prohibiting discrimi- 
nation on the basis of handicap. Disabled students applying to Boston 
College are strongly encouraged to make their disability known voluntarily 
to the Admission Office of the School to which they are applying. This 
information will not affect the decision on admission; rather, it will give the 
University the opportunity to offer specific assistance and support through 
programs and services provided by different departments on campus. 

For more information regarding services for students with physical 
disabilities, contact John P. Hennessey, Coordinator of Disabled Student 
Services and 504/ADA Compliance Officer, in Gasson Hall 108 
(617-552-3310). For more information regarding services for students 
with learning disabilities, contact Kathleen Duggan, Coordinator of 
Academic Support Services for Learning Disabled Students, Academic 
Development Center, O'Neill 200 (617-552-8055). 



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University Core Requirements 

The Core is administered by tlie University Core Development 
Committee (UCDC). Tlie following courses comprise the Core curriculum. 
1 course in Writing 

1 course in Literature (Classics, English, Germanic Studies, Romance 
Languages and Literatures, Slavic and Eastern Languages) 
1 course in the Arts (Fine Arts, Music, Theatre) 

1 course in Mathematics 

2 courses in History (Modern History I and II) 
2 courses Philosophy 

2 courses in Social Sciences (Psychology in Education, Economics, 
Political Science, Psychology, Sociology) 
2 courses in Natural Science (Biology, Chemistry, 
Geology/Geophysics, Physics) 
2 courses in Theology 
1 course in Cultural Diversity 

The Cultural Diversity requirement may be fulfilled by an appropriate 
course taken to fulfill another Core requirement, a major requirement or an 
elective. 

Cultural Diversity Core Courses 

0293 BK 1 04 (HS 283) Afro-American History I 

6472 BK 106 (EN 418) Intro to Afro-American Literature 

6473 BK 1 20 01 (TH 1 07 01 ) Religion in Africa 

6474 BK 1 20 02 (TH 1 07 02) Religion in Africa 

6475 BK 1 51 (SC 041 ) Race Relations 

6661 BK 257 (HS 268) Colonial Latin America 

0848 BK 268 (PL 268/SC 268) History and Development of Racism 

1229 BK 373 (HS 373) Slave Societies in Caribbean & Latin America 

2087 BK41 (EN 482) Afro-American Writers 

3247 CO 442 01 Intercultural and International Communication 

9720 CO 442 03 Intercultural and International Communication 

1925 EC 276 Political Economy of Developing Nations 

2090 EC 344 Poverty & Discrimination 

0400 EN 418 (BK 106) Intro to Afro-American Literature 

2443 EN 482 (BK 41 0) Afro-American Writers 

6232 HS 153 History of China 

4249 HS 268 (BK 257) Colonial Latin America 

4252 HS 283 (BK 104) African-American History I 

2081 HS 298 Western Africa 

8904 HS 303 Rise of Modern China 

0666 HS 343 Rise & Fall of the Ottoman Empire 

5683 HS 367 Death in El Salvador 

7237 HS 373 (BK 373) Slave Socities in Caribbean & Latin America 

9844 HS 376 Women & Gender in Latin America 

7741 MJ 631 African Business 

4570 MU 301 Introduction to Musics of the World 

7279 m 301 Culture and Health Care 

1903 PL 193 Chinese Classical Philosophy 

1071 PL 268 (BK 268/SC 268) History & Development of Racism 

3340 PL 271 Capstone: Taoism Holistoc Philosophy 

4482 PL 540 Philosophy of Liberation 

5657 PO 416 Intro to Chinese Politics 

0116 RL 348 Le Francais et Les Peuples De L'Amerique 

7408 RL 360 Litterature et Culture Francophones 

31 68 SC 041 (BK 1 51 ) Race Relations 

8684 SC 268 (BK 268/PL 268) History & Development of Racism 

8965 SL 256 Modern Chinese Literature & Society 

9995 SL 263 Far Eastern Civilizations 

1 282 TH 1 07 01 (BK 1 20 01 ) Religion in Africa 

1 283 TH 1 07 02 (BK 1 20 02) Religion in Africa 
TH 161 The Religious Quest I 

(See the Schedule of Courses for index and section numbers.) 



Special Programs 

The Program for the Study of Faith, Peace and 
Justice 

This program offers students the opportunity to examine and intensify 
their faith commitments and to explore the significance of these commit- 
ments for the task of bringing about just and peaceful solutions to national 
and international problems. The Program sponsors courses, campus 
events, and special activities for its participants. 

A&S or CSOM students who meet the academic requirements of the 
Program may minor in Faith, Peace, and Justice Studies. Alternatively, stu- 
dents may choose to concentrate on faith, peace, and justice concerns 
within their major field. In either case the same pattern applies, (i.e., an 
introductory course, UN 160 The Challenge of Justice, four intermediate 
courses taken with the advice and consent of the Director, and finally, UN 
590 the Senior Seminar Project). 

Campus events include speakers, religious ceremonies, and student- 
faculty conferences and less formal exchanges on issues of faith, peace, 
and justice. Special activities for participants of the Program include 
retreats, service days, lectures, discussions and socials. 

For further information, please contact Prof. Matthew Mullane, Gasson 
109,617-552-3886. 

PULSE Program 

The PULSE Program provides students with the opportunity to explore 
questions of philosophy, theology and other disciplines in courses which 
incorporate field work experience in one of Boston's many social service 
organizations. Through the combination of academic reflection and com- 
munity service, students are provided with a framework for understanding 
the intimate relationship between theory and practice. 

Enrollment in the course Person and Social Responsibility is one of the 
options for fulfilling the Core requirement in Philosophy and Theology. In 
light of classic philosophical and theological texts, social science, fiction, 
and poetry, PULSE students address topics such as the relationship of self 
and society, the nature of community, the mystery of suffering and the 
practical difficulties of developing a just society, urbanism, homelessness 
and alienation. PULSE students are challenged to investigate the insights 
offered by their readings in relation to their service work. Enrollment in the 
core level PULSE course is limited to freshment, sophomores, and juniors. 
Spots in the course are very limited and are allocated on a first-come first 
served basis. 

For those students who want to continue their experience with the 
PULSE program or who were unable to enroll in the Core level class, sev- 
eral elective courses are offered. A philosophy and English course entitled 
Stories and Service looks at topics such as urbanism, homelessness, and 
alienation through texts by social scientists, novelists, philosophers, and 
poets. Other PULSE elective course titles are Vaiues in Sociai Service and 
Health Care and Boston: An Urban Anaiysis. 

All PULSE courses require a ten to twelve hour per week commitment 
to service. Carefully selected field placements in youth work, the correc- 
tional system, emergency shelters, AIDS and HIV services, legal and 
community advocacy, and literacy programs become the context in which 
students forge a critical and compassionate perspective both on society 
and on themselves. 



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University Capstone Courses 

Reserved for seniors and second-semester juniors only, tiie Capstone 
program is designed to cap off college by facing the questions of life after 
graduation. The Capstone Seminars (UN 500-525) directly address the 
hopes and anxieties that seniors face but seldom find treated in traditional 
courses. They relate the life and learning of the past four years to the life 
and learning ahead. The Capstone Seminars take seriously the struggle to 
integrate four crucial areas of life: work, relationships, free time, and the 
search for the purpose of existence. 

Ask some inevitable questions now, not later. How did my education 
prepare me to live? With everything I want to do, what will I have to com- 
promise? How can I balance my career and my family? Can I find work 
with a higher meaning than my income? 
Special features of the course: 

• Faculty from various departments 

• Each section limited to 15-20 

• Class meetings held in leisurely, informal settings 

• Innovative teaching methods, such as keeping a journal, interdiscipli- 
nary reading, guest speakers from professional life 

• Capstone Seminars satisfy major requirements in certain departments. 
To register for a Capstone Seminar 

You must be a senior or a second-semester junior to take the course. 

Different Capstone Seminars will be offered each semester. All 
Seminars are interdisciplinary: you may register for any one of the 
Seminars as a University (UN) course. If you find a particular Seminar 
closed, try to register under the cross-listed number (e.g., if UN 523 is 
closed, try to register for the class as TH 523, and vice versa). The 
Seminar can count as an elective for all students. For majors in English, 
Philosophy, and Theology, it can satisfy the major requirements if the stu- 
dent takes a seminar as cross-listed in the department of his/her major. 
Students are reminded that several Capstone seminars are cross-listed, 
both as University courses with a UN number and also as courses in the 
department of the professor offering the course. In case a course is closed 
be sure to check whether there is space under its cross-listed number. 

Students must also understand the following rule: 

NB: No student may take more than one Capstone seminar during 
his/her undergraduate years. Thus, you may not take two Capstone cours- 
es in one semester or in two different semesters. This is true whether the 
course is listed under a UN number or as course in a specific department. 
If a second Capstone course appears on your record, it will be removed. 
This could make you ineligible for graduation. 



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Graduate Summer Sessions 

Graduate students are able to register on-line [U-Dialor U-View Plus) 
for graduate summer courses any time on or after April 17. The registra- 
tion deadline for each course is 11:00 P.M. on the first scheduled class 
meeting. To register after the deadline follow the Summer Late 
Registration procedures listed below. 

New Students 

Anyone wishing to take graduate level courses during the summer 
must first be accepted either as a special student or as a degree student. 
Contact the approriate Admission Office for application procedures. 

Special students will be able to register upon acceptance. To complete 
the registration process go Lyons 112 to obtain an Eagle-One Card (ID), a 
Personal Identification Number (PIN) and/or parking permit. Students will 
not be able to register without a PIN. 

Summer Late Registration Procedure 

To register for a course(s) after the registration deadline follow the 
steps listed below: 

• Obtain a Late Graduate Registration Form from Lyons 112 or by call- 
ing Student Services at 800-619-1721. 

• Have the instructor for each course sign the form. 

• Bring your signed registration form to the Student Account Credit 
Office, More Hall 370, to arrange for payment. 

• Return the form with all required signatures to Lyons 1 1 2. Forms 
received without the required signatures will not be processed. 

Summer Course Drops and Withdrawals 

If you need to drop a course(s), you will receive a 100% refund of 
tuition if you process the course drop on U-View Plus or U-Dlal by 1 1 :00 
RM. on the first class day or through your Dean's Office up until the sec- 
ond class day. 

To withdraw from a course go to your Associate Dean's Office. If you 
are entitled to a refund of tuition, the appropriate refund will be issued by 
the Student Account Office. 

If you withdraw from a class after the second class day of classes the 
course will be listed as a withdrawal on your transcript and no refund will 
be issued. 

Audits 

Register for the course you wish to audit through U-Vlew Plus or U- 
Dlal. 

If you registered for a course as an audit you will receive a 100% 
refund of tuition if you drop the audit by the first day of class. After the 
first day of class, you may not drop an audit. There is no refund for stu- 
dents who change from credit to audit. 

To change a course from audit to credit or credit to audit go to your 
Associate Dean's office and complete a Graduate Course Exception ^orm. 
IREPM students should see Paula Juigian. 

Pass/Fail 

students eligible to take courses Pass/Fail may do so through U-Vlew 
Plus or U-DlalaX the time they register. To declare a course Pass/Fail in the 
Graduate School of Social Work, contact your Dean's Office at 617-552- 
4020. Students in GSA&S, CGSOM and GSOE may not take courses 
Pass/Fail. 

Summer Credit Variation 

If you need to change the number of a credits for a course pick up a 
Credit Variation form from Lyons 112. Have the form approved by the 
Associate Dean's office and return it to Lyons 112. 

Tuition Refund Schedule 

By the second day of class 1 00% of tuition charged is cancelled. No 
cancellation of tuition is made after the second day of class. 



Billing Information 

On May 22,1998 the Student Account Office will mail you a bill for the 
summer semester. Bills must be paid by June 15, 1998. Students are 
encouraged to preregister by May 22 to ensure proper billing. Charges for 
courses, added or dropped after May 22 will be reflected on the June 15 
bill. 

If your account remains unresolved with Student Accounts Office, you 
may be withdrawn from from classes and subject to a $100 late payment 
fee. 

Questions regarding billing and payment may be directed to the 
Student Account Office, More Hall 380, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167, 
800-775-0233 or 617-552-3600. Their summer office hours are Monday- 
Thursday 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 RM. and Friday 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 RM. For the 
Registrar's Office summer hours are as follows: Monday-Thursday 9:00 
A.M. to 4:45 RM. and Friday 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 RM. 



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Graduate Summer Course 
Offerings 

College of Advancing Studies 

AD 775.01 The American Corporation and tlie American 
Dream: Do Tliey Still Go Together? (Summer: 3) 

June 29-Aug 5, 1998 
M W 6:45-8:45 P.M. 
Fulton 117 
$1080 

As the relationship between corporations, American democracy and 
the American Dream continues to fray, new concerns surface. Downsizing, 
re-engineering and outsourcing signal just some of the radical changes. 
The course analyzes the corporation as it affects the economic health of 
the nation and the health of American communities. It explores the frame- 
work that builds profits through socially responsible practices and gives 
individuals a voice in their economic future. Books include Robert Reich, 
Work of Nations, and Joel Makower, Beyond the Bottom Line: Putting 
Social Responsibility to Work for Your Business and the World. 
Charles Berber 

AD 777.01 Marketing Issues in the Millennium (Summer: 3) 

May 12-June 18, 1998 
T Th 6:45-8:45 P.M. 
Fulton 145 
$1080 

A practical overview of the role and potential of marketing in higher 
education. Developing a market strategy to reach new student publics and 
learners depends on understanding different populations, the accurate 
identification of needs and expertise in generating and converting 
inquiries. Focus is on the creative development and marketing of educa- 
tional programs. 
James A. Woods, S.J. 

AD 778.01 Emerging Environment Issues (Summer: 3) 

May 11 -June 17, 1998 
M W 6:45-8:45 P.M. 
Fulton 245 
$1080 

An interdependent and interconnected world community exerts new 
pressures on the use of resources and assets. New discoveries, advancing 
technologies and greater demands on limited supplies and availability 
prompt questions about privatization, policy regulations, protectionism 
and preservation. This interdisciplinary course explores the changing glob- 
al landscapes, the significance of collaboration and cooperation in 
designing strategic responses, issues in ecology, industrial development, 
agriculture, economics and environmental quality. 
Marc Landy 

AD 779.01 Nutrition: Analysis and Application (Summer: 3) 

June 30-Aug 6, 1998 
T Th 6:45-8:45 P.M. 
Fulton 145 
$1080 

Nutrition decisions influence an individual's physical and emotional 
well-being. Course systematically analyzes the complex and interdepen- 
dent relationship between nutrition and performance, the national and 
global implications of nutrition decision making in light of evolving scien- 
tific and medical research and technological advances. Current nutrition 
standards, the allocation of resources and data, issues of ethics, risk 
assessment, disease prevention and treatment are explored. Case studies 
strengthen critical evaluation skills, critique valid sources of nutrition infor- 
mation, and facilitate informed nutrition decision making. 
Joanne Burke 



Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 
German 

GM 061 Intensive Reading in German (Summer: 1) 

MTH 6:15-9:00 P.M. 

May 11 -August 7, 1998 

No previous knowledge of German is required. 

This course is intended to prepare the student for either a graduate 
language reading examination or the standardized Princeton type of test 
and provides him or her with the ability to read general or specialized 
material in his or her own major field as well as in related areas. 
Christoph Eykman 
Debra Prager 

History 

HS 877 Colloquium: Religion and Popular Culture 

June 30-August 6, 1998 
T Th 6:30 P.M.-8:30 P.M. 

In recent years the history of Europe from 1200 to 1800 has been 
rewritten to incorporate the lives and experiences of the common folk. We 
now have important and innovative work on peasants, artisans, women, 
and other groups formerly excluded from the great narratives of political, 
intellectual, and cultural history. In this course we will read the best of this 
new work, focusing particularly on religion and popular culture. Topics to 
be covered include ritual; female religious life; minority religions (Jews, 
dissenters); rural and village culture; iconoclasm, violence, and riots; and 
magic. A major goal of the course will be connecting these interesting new 
topics to the master narrative of European culture and religious history 
(the Renaissance, the Reformation, the French Revolution). 
Virginia Reinburg 

HS 878 Colloquium: American Slavery 

June 29-August 5 , 1998 
M W 6:30 P.M. -8:30 P.M. 

No field in American history has been more dynamic and more debated 
than the history of slavery in the United States. This course covers a broad 
range of critical questions and historical debates about slavery in the 
United States, including the diversity of slave labor, the evolution of slav- 
ery overtime, slavery and gender roles, slave families, slave resistance, 
the position of free blacks in a slave society, slave religion, and the impact 
of slavery on the nation. From a few of the classic texts on slavery to the 
most recent and acclaimed scholarship, we will explore some of the more 
controversial, innovative, and provocative works in the field. 
Cynthia Lyerly 
JeffFlagg 

Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral 
Ministry (IREPM) 

Session One 

June29-July10 

Morning Courses: 8:30 A.M.- 11:45 A.M. 

TH 608.01 Christian Social Ethics (2 credits) 

This course provides a basic introduction to Christian social ethics, 
with particular emphasis given to issues of faith, peace, and justice. We 
will give special attention to the moral teachings and ethical methods of 
Roman Catholic social ethics, but perspectives within Protestant 
Christianity will also be studied and discussed. We will consider funda- 
mental theological and moral questions in light of special issues and 
problems facing society today, especially poverty, gender, families, racism 
and violence. 
Stephen Pope 



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TH 613.01 Counseling Families in a Time of Change 
(2 credits) 

Introducing relevant family theory, this course uses role plays, case 
studies and videos to suggest concrete ways of working with families, with 
special attention to minority families as well as to some of the current 
social pressures on families. 
Michael St. Clair 

Special One Week Course 

July 6-10 

Morning Course: 8:45 A.M. -11:45 A.M. 

TH 579.01 Liturgy and the Body (1 credit) 

In a week dedicated to exploring the pastoral practice of liturgy today, 
our lecturers will bring the best of current theological, historical, and 
social scientific scholarship to bear on practical liturgical questions and 
experiences we share in the contemporary church. Workshop sessions will 
include demonstrations and opportunities for participation. 
Bruce Morrill 
The Department 

Session One 

June 29-July 10 

Afternoon Courses: 2:30-5:45 

TH 628.01 Liturgical Theology (2 credits) 

This course will explore the theological significance of the liturgical 
event. After an introductory look at the relationship between liturgy and 
theology, the following topics will be examined: liturgy as worship; liturgy 
as ecclesial ritual action; and liturgical prayer as source of theological 
reflection. 
Margaret Mary Kelleher 

TH 633.01 Mentoring Youth for Tomorrow's Church: Issues 
and Challenges (2 credits) 

Participants draw upon their experience to consider the theological, 
catechetical, and psychological foundations of the practice of youth min- 
istry, and to examine selected issues and challenges that youth ministry 
faces in the context of a rapidly changing church. Among the issues to be 
considered: understanding church change and fostering a spirituality of 
change; constructing meaningful programs for various age groups: noting 
the shared features and the differences between youth ministry and reli- 
gious education; evangelizing a media culture; fostering sensitivity to faith 
development; examining the place of justice education in youth ministry 
programs; changing adults' perceptions of youth ministry. 
Michael Horan 

TH 642.01 Introduction to the New Testament (2 credits) 

Some of the most promising work being done in biblical scholarship 
today will engage students in reflecting on their own process of interpret- 
ing the New Testament. This course seeks to develop in students better 
habits and ways of attending, understanding, evaluating and responding 
creatively to God's Word within the Christian scriptures and within life 
itself. An emphasis on method will help each student prepare a ten part 
exegetical study of a gospel passage based on exercises in class. 
Karen A. Barta 

TH 739.01 Ancient and Contemporary Christologies 
(2 credits) 

Much of the impetus for the present reconsideration of Christology has 
come from scholarly critical study of the Christology of the very early 
Church. This course then, will focus first on the early emergence of 
Christology, especially as that is reflected in the New Testament literature, 
and second, on the manner in which this is being retained, assessed, and 
absorbed into today's Christological reflection. 
Bernard Cooke 



Session Two 
July 13-July 24 
Morning Courses: 8:45-11:45 

TH 779.01 Catholic Theology and Traditions of American 
Religious Thought (2 credits) 

From Puritanism through the mid-twentieth century a distinctive tradi- 
tion of American religious thought evolved. In countless ways that 
tradition of thought has shaped and continues to shape religious life and 
practice in the United States. Frequently its interaction with Catholic theol- 
ogy — both positively and negatively — goes unnoticed, although it is an 
important factor especially in the styles and demands of ministry in this 
country. This course will examine some of the most influential figures and 
movements within "classical" American religious thought and see now 
they illumine and are illumined by Catholic theology. 
Michael Himes 

TH 81 6.01 /ED 539.01 Sharing Faith in Religious Education 
and Pastoral Ministry (2 credits) 

This course will propose the foundations for a participatory and 
empowering approach to religious education and pastoral ministry. 
Through shared reflection on praxis and on course readings, participants 
will be invited to appropriate and make decisions about their own 
approaches to the ministry of "sharing faith." 
Thomas Groome 

Special One-Week Course 

July 13-17 

Morning Course: 8:45-11:45 

TH 688 .01 Educating and Ministering for Life-Long 
Faithfulness (1 credit) 

This first week focuses on masculine and feminine aspects of spiritual 
development (or resistance to growth) in the major life stages. Participants 
will examine issues of personal and communal ministry and education at 
the various life stages for the minister/educator as well as for their com- 
munity members. Issues involved in dealing with the final life stage and 
disengagement from life in order to meet death, will also be addressed. A 
series of afternoon workshops entitled "Living Commitments in Today's 
World" will complement this course. 
Maryanne Confoy 

Special One-Week Course 

July 20-24 

Morning Course: 8:45-11:45 

TH 689 Faithfulness Through Ages and Stages (1 credit) 

The second week emphasizes continuities and discontinuities of the 
faith journey at each life period. Life transitions can impact significantly 
our ways of relating to self, others and our God. Discussions will also 
involve issues of dealing with the final life stages and disengagement from 
life in order to meet death. 
Maryanne Confoy 

Session Two 

July 13-July 24 

Afternoon Courses: 2:30-5:30 

TH 709.01 Women and The Bible (2 credits) 

We will explore the topic from two angles. (1) Women in the Bible (the 
question of representation): how are women portrayed in biblical texts? 
Are negative portrayals misogynistic? Are positive portrayals non-patriar- 
chal? What messages and/or role models does the text give to women and 
men? (2) Women and the Bible (the question of interpretation): Do women 
and men read these texts the same way? Since most (all?) of these stories 
are told from a male point of view, must we read them from a male point 
of view, and what happens if we don't? How can a woman's perspective be 
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Finally, what is our responsibility as consumers and users of this litera- 
ture? We will consider selected biblical examples and representations of 
biblical women in art, literature, music, and film. 
Cheryl Exum 

TH 781.01 Lectionary-Based Liturgical Preacliing (2 credits) 

Designed to prepare women and men for the ministry of preaching in 
the Sunday Assembly or other worship settings, course content will inte- 
grate knowledge, skills and spirituality to enable participants to compose, 
deliver, and critically evaluate preaching in specific liturgical/ministerial 
settings. Workshop preaching sessions utilize peer and mentor feedback 
to focus on four primary competencies of homiletic preaching: (1) integra- 
tion of Scriptural and theological content, (2) integration of personal 
witness and experience, (3) creative preaching development and presenta- 
tion, and (4) effective communication skills. This course will also explore 
the significance of an expanded and enhanced preaching ministry for the 
contemporary Church and offer a model with which experienced preachers 
can prepare colleagues to share this ministry of the Word. 
Fred A. Baumer 
Patricia Hugties Baumer 

TH 785.01 Tlieology, Spirituality, and the Body (2 credits) 

Issues of embodiment relating to theology, spirituality, and ministry 
form the substance of this course. We will probe understandings of the 
body found in the historical Christian tradition and draw insights from con- 
temporary theology, philosophy, psychology, and social theory. Finally, we 
will examine the role of the body in lived Christian faith with a particular 
emphasis on spirituality, liturgy, education, and pastoral care. 
Colleen Griffith 

Session Three 
July 27-August 7 
Morning Courses: 8:45-11:45 

TH 435.01 Dance: An Invitation to the Sacred (2 credits) 

This course explores the sacred place of the body in prayer and wor- 
ship in the contemporary experience. It will include a study of the language 
of movement and dance as it relates to the dynamic movement of religious 
experience. Biblical stories and psalms will be used as well as the individ- 
ual's prayer experience. Readings will include works on dance composition 
and movement improvisation, as well as contemporary studies of sacred 
and liturgical dance. Although no formal dance training is necessary, all 
participants will be expected to join in the movement and dance exercises. 
Robert VerEecke 

TH 644.01 Foundations in Theology (2 credits) 

This introductory graduate course maps the historical epochs of 
Christian theology, presents and explores basic theological terms and con- 
cepts, and examines the sources that enter into the formulation of 
theological positions. Participants focus upon three central Christian doc- 
trines (revelation, God and Christ) and consider the theological 
communications of those doctrines within different cultures. 
M. Shawn Copeland 

TH 669.01 Toward Forming an Adult Church (2 credits) 

"Adult Catechesis in the Christian Community" makes clear "that a fully 
Christian community can exist only when a systematic catechesis of all its 
members takes place and when an effective and well-developed catechesis 
of adults is regarded as the central task in the catechetical enterprise." 
(#25) What would it mean to the life of our parishes and to our under- 
standing of religious education if faith formation of adults was seen as the 
central task? How does a focus on the spiritual growth of adults within the 
faith community enhance the work already underway with children and 
youth? In what ways does the challenge of adult formation invite us to 
engage the transformative task of all religious education? 
Jane E. Regan 



TH 738.01 Embracing Love and Work: A Spirituality for 
Living in the World (2 credits) 

The Christian spiritual tradition has been faulted as "otherworldly," 
stressing detachment from the ordinary concerns of life and withdrawal 
from public responsibility. This course examines an alternative perspec- 
tive, found in Christianity and other religious traditions. We will trace ways 
that love and work shape the spiritual journey and explore images and ritu- 
als that support religious engagement in the world. Sessions will draw on 
resources of Christian theology and spirituality, perspectives from psycho- 
logical and social research, and the personal and professional experience 
of participants. The course is designed for persons involved in adult min- 
istry in parish and retreat settings, as well as for those seeking a more 
robust personal integration of spirituality and daily life. 
James D. Whitehead 
Evelyn Eaton Whitehead 

Session Three 
July 27-August 7 
Afternoon Courses: 2:30-5:30 

TH 605.01 Theology and Pastoral Practice: Integrative 
Colloquium (2 credits) 

The fine art of doing theology is dependent upon a "habit of vision." It 
is connected to one's ability to bring together in both action and word the 
experience of contemplation, empathy, and reason. This "integrative collo- 
quium in pastoral ministry" will provide a learning experience designed to 
strengthen the minister's ability to draw upon the language of faith in the 
practice of ministry. Participants will be challenged to bring to reflection 
and dialogue issues addressing the contemporary practice of ministry with 
the collective wisdom of the Christian tradition. This course is required of 
all pastoral ministry (M.A.) degree students. Other Institute degree stu- 
dents may be admitted with instructor's permission. 
Claire E. Lowery 

TH 880.01 Pastoral Counseling and Spirituality (2 credits) 

The functional premise of this course is that ultimately it is the person 
of the pastoral counselor — how she lives in attentive and intentional rela- 
tionship to herself, to others and to the Mystery of God — which is the 
crucial factor in healing and transformative pastoral practice. Historic 
Christian spiritual traditions, contemporary depth psychology, and relevant 
aspects of eastern spiritual disciplines will be presented as resources for 
course participants to use in critically considering the spirituality that 
informs their own practice of pastoral counseling. Among the kinds of 
questions we will engage are the following: what is the difference between 
healing and cure; what do we believe about the source of human suffering 
and the potentiality for change; and how does the counselor sustain caring 
over the long-haul? 
John McDargh 

Six Weeks 
June 29-August 7 
By Arrangement 

TH 530.01 Field Education and Supervised Practicum in 
Pastoral Ministry (2 credits) 

This program provides students with supervised experience in their 
areas of ministerial specialization. Through supervision in the field, discus- 
sion with other participants, reading, and theological reflection, students 
will become familiar with the needs of special groups of people and will 
develop models of ministry that are applicable to their own situations. 
The Department 

TH 538.01 Directed Research in Pastoral Ministry (3 credits) 

Directed research courses are an opportunity for students to pursue 
special scholarly and pastoral interests for graduate credit, with the aid of 
a faculty advisor. Only those studying for a degree may take directed 
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course of a master's program. Subject matter and requirements must be 
designed witii tlie professor and approved by tine Institute's Associate 
Director for Academic Affairs. 
Claire E. Lowery 

TH 639.01 Leadership in l\/linistry Seminar Series (1 credits) 

Required for tiie Leadersliip in IVIinistry Certificate, tiiis seminar will 
explore key topics for leadership in ministerial settings today, including: 
spirituality as a guiding theme for leadership; leadership amid change and 
diversity; contemporary models for leadership from theological and orga- 
nizational literature; issues of professional socialization, assessment, and 
ongoing support for leaders; and leadership and personal identity through- 
out the adult life cycle. The seminar will also serve as a peer context for 
participants to review their competencies and set individual learning goals. 
Harold (Bud) Horell 

ED 830 Directed Research in Religious Education (3 credits) 

Directed research courses are an opportunity for students to pursue 
special scholarly and pastoral interests for graduate credit, with the aid of 
a faculty advisor. Only those studying for a degree may take directed 
research. Ordinarily only one such project may be undertaken in the 
course of a master's program. Subject matter and requirements must be 
designed with the professor and approved by the Institute's Associate 
Director for Academic Affairs. 
Harold (Bud) Horell 

Romance Languages and Literatures 

RL 065 Intensive Reading in French 

May 11 -August 6, 1998 
MTH 6:15-9:15 P.M. 

This 12 week course is intended (1) to develop the ability to read 
French readily and accurately through the study of grammatical structures 
and vocabulary, (2) to develop techniques for the reading of French-lan- 
guage material related to the graduate students' major fields of study and 
research, (3) to provide practice in the translation of French texts. Course 
conducted in English. 
Andrea Javel 

Sociology 

SC 740 Culture, Ethnicity and Health 

June 29-August 1, 1998 

MW 6:30-9 

Undergraduates can enroll in the course if given permission by the 

instructor 

The relationship between various cultural traditions and health care 
issues are analyzed within a sociological framework of ethnic and racial- 
group studies. The responses of different ethnic groups to mental and 
physical illness, pain and medical care, are examined as well as the role of 
the ethnic family and community in the medical care process, and the 
issues of clinical judgment versus ethnic labeling of sickness. 
Seymour Leventman 

Graduate Scliool of Education 

Session I 

May 11- June 18, 1998 

ED 435.01 Social Contexts of Education 

MW 4:15-6:15 

The Department 

ED 435.02 Social Contexts of Education 

M W 6:30-8:30 

This course will examine the historic and evolving development of the 
major social factors that together create the diverse, competing, and often 
unequal social contexts influencing the quality and type of education differ- 
ent groups of students experience. Major requirements for the course 



include creating a sociological portrait of a selected school site and devel- 
oping an interdisciplinary curriculum unit/action project focusing on key 
issues facing the community and/or the school and its students. 
The Department 

ED 436.01 Curriculum Theories and Practice 

TTH 4:15-6:15 
Michael Schiro 

ED 436.02 Curriculum Theories and Practice 

T TH 6:30-8:30 

This course asks teachers to analyze the philosophical underpinnings 
of educational practices. It also asks teachers to examine their own 
philosophies of education and to construct meaning and practice from the 
interplay between their beliefs and alternative theories. This course is 
designed for individuals advanced in their professional development. 
George Ladd 

ED/PY 460.01 Interpretation and Evaluation of Research 

T TH 6:30-8:30 

This course is designed to improve the student's understanding of the 
research literature in education and psychology. The course concentrates 
on developing the understandings and skills needed by the competent 
reader of research reports. Emphasis is placed on the accurate interpreta- 
tion of statistical data and on the evaluation of published research. This 
course does not fulfill the doctoral requirement. 
Larry Ludlow 

PY 529.01 Psychology of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 

MW 4:15-6:15 
The Department 

PY 529. 02 Psychology of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 

T TH 6:30-8:30 

This course is designed for the student who is interested in the study 
of both the theoretical and applied aspects of alcohol and substance 
abuse. The course will focus on the psychological, physiological, sociolog- 
ical, and economic aspects of addiction in society. 
The Department 

PY 605.01 Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling 
Psychology 

MW 6:30-8:30 
The Department 

PY 605.02 Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling 
Psychology 

TTH 4:15-6:15 

This course examines legal and ethical issues in the practice of mental 
health counseling. Topics include professional codes and ethical princi- 
ples; laws governing mental health professions; confidentiality, privacy and 
record keeping; client rights and malpractice; issues in supervision; dual 
role relationships; psychological assessment; issues specific to minorities, 
children and specialized treatment modalities and techniques. Emphasis is 
on the preparation of mental health counselors and other mental health 
professionals. 
The Department 

ED/PY 633.01 The Impact of Psychosocial Issues on Learning 

W 3:30-6:30 

An examination, from a holistic perspective, of the psychological and 
social issues that affect learning in children and adolescents. The role of 
risk and protective factors in the development of vulnerability and 
resilience will be discussed. The course will highlight collaboration of edu- 
cators with professionals involved in addressing psychological and social 
issues. Nine-hour field lab experience is included. 
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ED 708.01 Issues in Higher Education 

M W 6:30-8:30 

Topical courses in post-secondary education tauglit by sciioiars from 
tlie Higiier Education program faculty and outside institutions are offered 
on a rotating basis. The course focuses on specific topics such as the fol- 
lowing: ethical issues in higher education, student outcomes assessment, 
learning and teaching in higher education. Catholic higher education, and 
others. 
The Department 

Session II 
June 29-August 7 

ED 343.01 Reform and Innovation in the Middle School 

TTH 4:15-6:15 

In this course, students will examine current models of reform and 
innovation in American middle schools, as well as contemporary issues 
regarding young adolescents. Topics include the role of the teacher, acade- 
mic preparation, student centered teaching, middle school curriculum, 
model and magnet schools, interdisciplinary teaching, block scheduling, 
and community and supportive services. 
Ttie Department 

ED 407.01 Secondary Curriculum and Instruction 

MW 4:15-6:15 

This course is designed to introduce prospective secondary teachers 
to the complexities of the work of secondary school teachers within specif- 
ic, diverse communities; the historical development of the secondary 
schools and their curriculum, and the controversies that continue to affect 
their development; the research base for effective teaching and assess- 
ment methods for a variety of learners in diverse settings; and a process of 
reflecting on how teacher's beliefs, attitudes, and experiences affect their 
teaching. 
The Department 

PY 418.01 Applied Developmental Psychology: Emphasis on 
Child 

M W 6:30-8:30 

This course will help teachers understand principles of learning and 
cognitive, linguistic, social, and affective development as they apply to 
classroom practices. It will focus on the acquisition of strategies that 
enable teachers to assess and understand how they and their students are 
constructors of meaning. This course is designed for individuals beginning 
their professional development in education who plan to work with chil- 
dren. 
Maureen Buckley 

ED 435.03 Social Contexts of Education 

M W 6:30-8:30 

See previous description in Session One. 
The Department 

ED 438.01 Instruction of Students with Special Needs and 
Diverse Learners 

TTH 4:15-6:15 

This course is designed to help teachers recognize and respond to the 
full range of diversity in the classroom. Students study the impact of 
racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and linguistic differences and various types 
of disabilities on a child's cognitive, social, and academic development. 
The course creates a view of classroom management and the instructional 
process that complements and elaborates on the variety of approaches 
used in Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education. 
David Scan Ion 



PY 440.01 Principles and Techniques of Counseling 

MW 6:30-8:30 

This course provides an introduction to counseling principles and 
techniques with an emphasis on interviewing skills. The areas of commu- 
nication skills involving the use of role playing, observation, and practice 
components are emphasized. Training consists of peer role-plays and lab- 
oratory experiences with individual and group supervision. 
Pam Wolf 

PY 441.01 Issues in Counseling Men 

TTH 4:15-6:15 

The course will examine issues related to counseling men by examin- 
ing the influence of socially constructed roles on men, their families, and 
broader society. Specifically, the seminar will examine how men's roles 
impact on their personal development through the life span as well as 
impact on men's health, roles as partners and fathers, and how men 
approach mental health services. Issues specific to counseling men from 
access to services to creating therapeutic environments for men will be 
examined. 
James Mahalik 

PY 447.01 Applied Developmental Psychology: Emphasis on 
Adolescent 

T TH 6:30-8:30 

This course will help teachers understand principles of learning and 
cognitive, linguistic, social, and affective development as they apply to 
classroom practices. It will focus on the acquisition of strategies that 
enable teachers to assess and understand how they and their students are 
constructors of meaning. This course is designed for individuals beginning 
their professional development in education who plan to work with adoles- 
cents. 
Deborah Margolls 

ED/PY 468.01 Introductory Statistics 

T TH 4:00-6:30 

This is an introduction to descriptive statistics. Topics include methods 
of data summarization and presentation; measures of central tendency and 
variability, correlation and linear regression; the normal distribution; prob- 
ability; and an introduction to hypothesis testing. Computer instruction in 
the alpha operating system and SPSS statistical package are provided. 
Larry Ludlow 

PY 528.01 Multicultural Issues 

MW 4:15-6:15 

This course is designed to assist students in the human services and 
those in related disciplines to become more effective in their work with 
ethnic minority and homosexual clients. Students should increase aware- 
ness of their own and others' life experiences, and how these impact the 
way in which we approach interactions with individuals who are different 
from us. It will examine the sociopolitical conditions that impact individu- 
als from ethnic and non-ethnic minority groups in the U.S., and will also 
present an overview of relevant research. 
Jay King 

PY 642.01 Introduction to Play Therapy 

MW 4:15-6:15 

An examination of various theoretical approaches to play therapy as a 
treatment modality for school age and preschool children. Techniques, 
methods, and processes of play therapy will be discussed, as well as 
strengths and limitations of this treatment approach. 
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Institutes 

ED 374.01 Management of the Behavior of Students with 
Severe Special Needs 

June 22-July 10 
M-TH 6:30-8:00 

This course addresses the behavior management challenges presented 
by some students with special needs. Following discussion about the diag- 
nosis and functional analysis of these behaviors, substantial emphasis is 
given to the practical application of applied behavior analysis techniques. 
Alternative and/or cooperative strategies for classroom use are also dis- 
cussed. 
Alec Peck 

ED 411.01 Teaching Learning Strategies to Low Achieving 
Students 

June 25-July 1 
M-F 9:00-3:00 

This course is designed for teachers of grades 3 through post-sec- 
ondary school, special educators, reading specialists, speech pathologists. 
Chapter 1 teachers, and adjustment counselors. The focus is on learning 
strategies and instructional procedures that promote active and indepen- 
dent learning for all students, especially those who are low-achieving. The 
cognitive and metacognitive strategies have been designed and field tested 
over the past 20 years at the University of Kansas, Center for Research on 
Learning. 
Jean Mooney 

PY417. 01 /PY 417. 05 Adult Psychology 

May 16-June 13 

S 8:30-4:30 

No class Saturday June 6 

This course examines life cycle theory, psychological needs, physiolo- 
gy, interpersonal relations, androgyny, sex roles and sexuality, vocational 
needs, family life, integrity, aging, and facing death realistically. 
Christopher Boyd 

ED 435.08 Social Contexts of Education 

June 2- June 13 

T TH 3:00-7:00, S 9:00-4:00 

This course will examine the historic and evolving development of the 
major social factors that together create the diverse, competing, and often 
unequal social contexts influencing the quality and type of education differ- 
ent groups of students experience in paticular school sites and across 
school sites. Major requirements for the course include creating a socio- 
logical portrait of a selected school site and developing an interdisciplinary 
curriculum unit/action project focusing on key issues facing the communi- 
ty and its students. 
Sara Freedman 

ED 436.08 Curriculum Theories and Practice 

May 18-June 1 

MWF3:00-7:30 

No class Monday May 25 

This course asks teachers to analyze the philisophical underpinnings of 
educational practices. It also asks teachers to examine their own philoso- 
phies of education and to 
Otherlne Neisler 

ED 450.01 /ED 450.07 Foundations of Educational 
Administration 

July 20- July 31 
M-F 8:30-11:30 

This course brings a foundational focus to the work of educational 
administration, centering on the core work of teaching and learning, and 
exploring how that central work is supported by the cultural, technical, 
political, and ethical systems of the school. That work is deepened as 
administrators support learning as meaning making, as involving a learn- 



ing and civil community, and as involving the search for excellence. 
Students are asked to research the realities at their work sites using the 
concepts and metaphors developed in the course, and to propose 
improvements to those realities. 
Jerry Starratt 

ED 467.01/ ED 467.05 Practical Aspects of Curriculum and 
Program Evaluation 

June 29- July 10 
M-F 8:30-11:30 
Prerequisites: ED 466 or consent of Instructor 

This course will cover the basic steps in planning and carrying out a 
program evaluation. Topics covered will include identification and selection 
of measurable objectives, choice of criteria, instruments, use of various 
scores, common problems, out-of-level testing, analysis of data, interpre- 
tation and reporting of data, and budgeting. Standards for program 
evaluation will also be covered. 
Irwin Blumer 

ED 473.01 Teaching Writing 

June 29-July 16 
M-TH 4:15-6:00 

This course presents research on children's (K-8) writing development, 
writing processes, and writing in the classroom. Instructional methods for 
teaching writing will be explored. Students are expected to participate in 
extensive writing as part of the course. 
Bonnie Rudner 

ED 480.01 Assistive Technology for Individuals with 
Disabilities 

July 13-July 30 
M-TH 4:15-6:00 

This course provides an overview of the emerging field of assistive 
technology. It emphasizes an interdisciplinary perspective for the practical 
application of technology solutions to children and young adults with dis- 
abilities. Lectures, demonstrations, readings, and discussions examine a 
wide range of adaptive technologies for increasing both independence and 
personal productivity in home, school, and community settings. 
Richard Jackson 

ED 517.01 Survey of Children's Literature in the Elementary 
and Middle School 

June 1-June 18 
M-TH 4:15-6:00 

This course examines theoretical perspectives of literacy criticism 
applicable to using literature in elementary and middle school classrooms. 
It provides an overview of genre including non-fiction, describes literature 
programs, and examines current controversies in the field of children's lit- 
erature. 
Marilyn Cochran-Smlth 

ED 528.01 Understanding Learning Disabilities and 
Education 

June 29-July 22 

MW 4:30-7:30 

Prerequisites: FD 044 or ED 438, or waiver for equivalent experience 

General and special educators are responsible for serving students 
with learning disabilities, only some of whom have an identified disability. 
Course topics include: theories and knowledge of what learning disabilities 
are, characteristics of students with LD across the lifespan and major 
approaches to service delivery and instruction. Some teaching methods 
will be shared. Reading will be required. This course is appropriate for 
educators working at the elementary level and higher. 
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ED 583.01 Foundations of Orientation and l\/lobility for the 
Visually Impaired 

June 22-July 9 
M-TH 4:15-6:00 

Introduces the principles and fundamentals of orientation and mobility. 
Emphasis is on the study of each of the sensory systems, concept forma- 
tion, motor skills, and spatial orientation as these topics relate to 
environmental orientation and human mobility. A mini-practicum compo- 
nent helps students develop competence in indoor, and pre-cane mobility. 
Richard Jackson 

ED 595.01 Assessment and Instruction for Students with 
Reading Difficulty 

July 20-August 6 

M-TH 4:15-6:00 

Prerequisites: ED 542 or equivaient. 

This course examines the methods and materials related to formal and 
informal assessment, analysis and interpretation of the results of assess- 
ment, and instructional techniques for students with a range of reading 
difficulties (K-12). The focus is on the needs of students from varied popu- 
lations. 
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ED 625.05 Managing Emerging Technologies 

June 29-Juiy 10 
M-F 12:00-3:00 

This course introduces school administrators to computer-related 
technologies that are of use in management, research, and school curricu- 
la. The use of spreadsheets, databases, graphics, presentation software, 
web pages, and commercially available curriculum software are addressed 
both from a hands-on practical perspective and from the perspective of 
critical issues such as impact, equity and/or quality. Substantial lab time is 
included during the course and students are required to supplement this 
with personal lab time. 
Aiec Pecl< 

ED 628.01 Computer Applications for Educators 

June 29-July 10 
M-F 8:30-12:30 

Using criteria related to effective instructional management and learn- 
ing styles, educators will actively critique commercially available software 
designed for use in classrooms. Students will also develop programs, pre- 
sentations, and web pages that are useful in their own classrooms, 
incorporating text, graphics and sound. Substantial lab time is included in 
the course and students are required to supplement this with personal lab 
time. 
Alec Peck 

ED 674.01 Teaching Mathematical Problem Solving in 
Grades 4-12 

July 8-July 14 
M-F 9:00-3:15 

This course examines the complex issues, trends, and research 
regarding alternative approaches for teaching mathematical problem solv- 
ing. The major areas that will be examined are the nature of mathematical 
inquiry; models for collaborative grouping; methods and materials for cul- 
tivating problem solving, reasoning, and communication processes; 
methods of assessing mathematical problem solving; and the impact of 
Vygotskian Psychology on the teaching and learning of mathematical 
problem solving. 
Lillle Albert 



ED 771.01 Organization and Administration of Higher 
Education 

June 29 -August 7 
T TH 6:30-8:30 

This course focuses on how the American university is organized and 
governed. From the organizational perspective, it examines the basic ele- 
ments as well as structure and process of the American university. Such 
topics as models of governance, locus of control, leadership, and strategic 
environments for the American university are considered. 
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Supplement to the 1998-99 
University Catalog 

History 

David Northrup will not teach HS 880 Colloquium: African Labor 
History but will teach HS 838 Colloquium: World History this fall. 

HS 838 Colloquium: Modem World History (Fall:3) 

This graduate colloquium will move beyond national and sub-national 
histories through a study of current approaches to structuring the history 
of human experience of the past 500 years. Designed for graduate stu- 
dents and prospective teachers of world history, the colloquium will 
include comparative and thematic readings on cross-cultural interaction, 
migration, war, trade, industrialization, and gender as well as regional 
studies of Asia, Africa and the Americas. 
David Northrup 

Romance Languages and Literatures 

RL 348 Les Frangais et les peuples d'Amerique (Fall:3) 

Prerequisites: RL 110 or RL 182 or permission of instructor 
May count as an eiective in the French major 

Designed to fulfill the Literature Core and Cultural Diversity Core 
requirements, this course will examine French perspectives on the peoples 
of the Americas, through a close reading of texts selected from a variety of 
disciplines such as history, philology, philosophy, political science, sociol- 
ogy and theology. 

From the early modern period to the present, letters, travel accounts, 
sketches, inscriptions, songs, poems, essays and narrative fiction have 
borne witness to attempts of the French to understand peoples different 
from themselves in the Americas. These Europeans encountered Native 
Americans such as the Tupinamba of Brazil, the Hurons, the Algonquins 
and the Iroquois of Canada and the Yahi of the Far West. They met descen- 
dants of African slaves in Brazil's Bahia and African-Americans in the 
northern and southern United States. They observed Colonial Boston's 
Puritans and New Yorkers of the 1940s and interviewed New England's 
university students, politicians and writers. 

We will analyze these texts closely. After determining the content of 
each text and analyzing its style, we will interact with specialists from the 
various disciplines as they demonstrate their interpretation of the readings 
through the application of their discipline's lens or specific methodology. 
We will then examine the texts again, reconsidering them in the light of 
these multifaceted readings. Students will relate to each text and class pre- 
sentation and will explore concepts of cultural commonality and difference 
by recording their reactions, discoveries and modifications of attitude and 
opinion in journals. 

Monday and Wednesday classes will be devoted to conversation and 
discussion of texts, films and presentations of guest presenters, and 
Friday classes will be workshops designed to aid students in journal writ- 
ing, in developing reading strategies and in reviewing pertinent topics of 
French grammar. An individualized approach will be used in advising, 
monitoring and evaluation, in the tracking of each student's progress in 
written and oral expression. 

Sociology 

SC 087 Social Movements (Fa I 1:3) 

America has been shaped and is being remade by a politically diverse 
array of social movements: the civil rights movement, the women's move- 
ment, the fundamentalist movement, and the environmentalist movement, 
to name just a few. This course examines the influence of social move- 
ments on government and culture. It provides both an introduction to the 
theoretical literature on social movements and to the specifics of a number 
of modern American social movements. 
The Department 



SC 097 Death and Dying (Fall/Spring:3) 

The course presents an overview of the major issues, themes, and 
controversies in the death and dying literature. Historical, cultural, politi- 
cal, economic, and psychological aspects are considered, but the 
emphasis is on sociological dimensions and perspectives. Among the 
issues to be considered are the following: historical trends in life expectan- 
cy, attitudes toward death, cross-cultural and historical perspectives on 
death, the development of children's understanding of death, health care 
for the dying, patient-caregiver relationship, the social role of the dying 
patient, funeral practices, bereavement, truth telling and the terminal 
patient, wills, suicide, near-death experiences, and social immortality. 
John B. Wiiiiamson 

SC 468 (ED 349) Sociology of Education (Fa I 1:3) 

This course will examine the scope and usefulness of the sociology 
education. A number of critical problems will be examined such as the fol- 
lowing: How does schooling influence socialization, the social organization 
of knowledge, and the structure of economic opportunity? How do schools 
as formal organizations transmit and institutionalize social norms and 
habits? How do the dynamics of educational organization work? Does edu- 
cation generate inequality by reproducing social classes? Are there any 
relationship between educational achievement and economic opportunity? 
What role does schooling play in modernization and social change in less 
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Explanation of Course Numbers 










Level of Courses 












The Boston College Course 


Number consists of seven characters. The first two characters (alphabetic prefix, e.g., 


Course levels are designated in this booklet as follows: 










"MA") indicate tiie department or program offering ttie 


course; the last two characters 


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ber Tiie middle three characters Indicate the level of the course. When listing courses 


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symbol must be used as well as the four digit INDEX number which appears to the left of the course. For exam- 


TWO— Undergraduate courses designed primarily for majors 








ple: 9999 MA333.01. 












THREE— Courses for undergraduate and graduate registration 








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The meeting times of each class are listed in this booklet. Unless otherwise stated, class periods are of either 50 
















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MW4 15-6 15 
6/29-8/7/98 


0026 AD775 01 3 


GRAD 


AM CORPORATION&AM DREAM 


DERBER 


FULTON 


117 


M W 6 45-8 45 


2704 ED411 
"JUNE 25 - 


01 3 
JULY 01 


GRAD 


LEARNGSTRAT/LOW ACHIEVE 


MOONEY 


CAMPION 


016 


M T W TH F 9-3 
6/25-7/1/98 


8009 AD777 01 3 


GRAD 


MKTG ISSUES IN MILLENNIUM 


WOODS 


FULTON 


145 


TTH6 45-8 45 


6900 ED429 


01 1 


GRAD 


GRADUATE PREPRACTICUM 


PELLETIER 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


8485 AD778 01 3 


GRAD 


EMERG ENVIRONMENTAL ISS 


LANDY 


FULTON 


245 


M W 6 45-8 45 


"MAY 11 - 


JUNE 18 












5/11-6/18/98 


3521 AD779 01 3 


GRAD 


NUTRITION:ANALYSIS&APPL 


BURKE 


FULTON 


145 


TTH6 45-8 45 


1449 ED435 
"MAY 11 - 


01 3 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF ED 


DEPT 


CAMPION 


204 


MW4 15-6 15 
5/11-6/18/98 


Biology 














6402 ED435 


02 3 


GRAD 


SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF ED 


DEPT 


CAMPION 


204 


M W 6 30-8 30 














"MAY 11 - 


JUNE 18 












5/11-6/18/98 


8241 BI110 01 3 


CORE 


GENERAL BIOLOGY 1 


HALPERN 


DEVLIN 


112 


MTW830-11 30 


0628 ED435 


03 3 


GRAD 


SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF ED 


DEPT 


CAMPION 


131 


M W 6 30-8 30 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 








DEVLIN 


112 


TH 8 30-11 30 


"JUNE 29 - 


AUG 07 












6/29-8/7/98 


3026 BI111 01 1 


CORE 


GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


HALPERN 






MTW1130-1 30 


1296 ED435 


08 3 


GRAD 


SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF ED 


FREEDMAN 


CAMPION 


235 


TTH3-7 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 












TH 11 30-1 30 


"JUNE 02 - 


JUNE 13 








CAMPION 


235 


S9-4 


7476 Bill 2 01 3 


CORE 


GENERAL BIOLOGY II 


HALPERN 


DEVLIN 


112 


MTW830-11 30 
















6/2,4,6,9 
6/11,13 


"JULY 20 -AUG 06 








DEVLIN 


112 


TH 8 30-11 30 
















9057 BI113 01 1 
"JULY 20 -AUG 06 


CORE 


GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB II 


HALPERN 






MTW1130-1 30 
TH 11 30-1 30 


0400 ED436 
"MAY 11 - 


01 3 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


CURR THEORIES & PRACTICE 


SCHIRO 


CAMPION 


016 


TTH4 15-6 15 
5/11-6/18/98 


2361 BI130 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 


CORE 


ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1 


O'BRIEN 


DEVLIN 
DEVLIN 


010 
010 


MTW830-11 
TH 8 30-11 


0001 ED436 
"MAY 11 - 


02 3 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


CURR THEORIES & PRACTICE 


LADD 


CAMPION 


016 


TTH6 30-8 30 
5/11-6/18/98 


2500 BI131 01 1 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 15 


CORE 


ANATOMY & PHYSIOL LAB 1 


O'BRIEN 






MTW11-130 


1604 ED436 
"JUNE 19 - 


08 3 
JUNE 30 


GRAD 


CURR THEORIES & PRACTICE 


NEISLER 


CAMPION 


016 


M W F 3-7 30 

5/18,20,22, 

27,29,6/1 


4084 BI132 01 3 
"JULY 20 -AUG 06 


CORE 


ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 


O'BRIEN 


DEVLIN 
DEVLIN 


010 
010 


MTW830-11 
TH 8 30-11 


1249 ED438 
"JUNE 29 - 


01 3 
AUG 07 


GRAD 


INSTR SP NDS DIVERS LRNRS 


SCANLON 


CAMPION 


236 


TTH4 15-6 15 
6/29-8/7/98 


1025 BI133 01 1 
"JULY 20 -AUG 05 


CORE 


ANATOMY & PHYSIOL LAB II 


O'BRIEN 






MTW11-130 


6244 ED450 


01 3 


GRAD 


FOUND OF EDUCATIONAL ADM 


STARRATT 


CAMPION 


204 


MTW8 30-11 30 














"JULY 20 - 


JULY 31 








CAMPION 


204 


THF8 30-11 30 
7/20-7/31/98 


Chemistry 














9481 ED450 
"JULY 20 - 


07 3 
JULY 31 


GRAD 


FOUND OF EDUCATIONAL ADM 


STARRATT 


CAMPION 
CAMPION 


204 
204 


MTW8 30-11 30 
THF8 30-11 30 


9121 CH109 01 3 


CORE 


GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1 


BILLO 


MERKERT 


130 


MTW830-11 15 
















7/20-7/31/98 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 17 








MERKERT 


130 


THF8 30-11 15 


7844 ED460 


01 3 


GRAD 


INTERP/EVAL/RESEARCH 


LUDLOW 


CAMPION 


200 


TTH6 30-8 30 


4169 CH110 01 3 


CORE 


GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 


BILLO 


MERKERT 


130 


MTW830-11 15 


"MAY 12 - 


JUNE 16 












5/12-6/16/98 


"JULY 20 -AUG 07 








MERKERT 


130 


THF8 30-11 15 


5641 ED467 


01 3 


GRAD 


CURRIC/PROG EVAL 


BLUMER 


CAMPION 


204 


MTW8 30-11 30 


5625 CH1 11 01 1 


CORE 


GENERAL CHEM LABI 


BILLO 


MERKERT 


113 


MTWTH12-3 


"JUNE 29 - 


JULY 10 








CAMPION 


204 


THF8 30-11 30 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 




























6/29-7/10/98 


1984 CH112 01 1 


CORE 


GENERAL CHEM LAB II 


BILLO 


MERKERT 


113 


MTWTH12-3 


1664 ED467 


05 3 


GRAD 


CURRIC/PROG EVAL 


BLUMER 


CAMPION 


204 


MTW8 30-11 30 


"JULY 20 -AUG 06 














"JUNE 29 - 


JULY 10 








CAMPION 


204 


THF8 30-11 30 


0625 CH231 01 3 


ONE 


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1 


KAUL 


MERKERT 


127 


MTTHF8 30-11 
















6/29-7/10/98 


"JUNE 22 -JULY 14 














3330 ED468 


01 3 


GRAD 


INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 


LUDLOW 


FULTON 


110 


TTH4-6 30 


0025 CH232 01 3 


ONE 


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 


KAUL 


MERKERT 


127 


MTTHF8 30-11 


"JUNE 29 - 


AUG 07 












6/29-8/7/98 


"JULY 16 -AUG 07 














7936 ED473 


01 3 


GRAD 


TEACHING WRITING 


RUDNER 


CAMPION 


010 


MTWTH415-6 15 


3849 CH233 01 1 


ONE 


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB 1 


KAUL 


MERKERT 


013 


MTTH11 30-330 


"JUNE 29 - 


JULY 16 












6/29-7/16/98 


"JUNE 22 -JULY 14 














7856 ED480 


01 3 


GRAD 


ASSTTECH/INDIVDISABIL 


JACKSON 


CAMPION 


231 


MTWTH415-6 15 


8804 CH234 01 1 


ONE 


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB II 


KAUL 


MERKERT 


013 


MTTH11 30-330 


"JULY 13 - 


JULY 30 












7/13-7/30/98 


"JULY 16 -AUG 06 














6916 ED491 
"MAY 11 - 


01 3 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


DEAF-BLIND MUL PROV PRAC 


PELLETIER 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 


Classical Studies 












1681 ED505 


01 3 


GRAD 


VISION PROVIS PRACTICUM 


PELLETIER 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
















"MAY 11 - 


JUNE 18 












5/11-6/18/98 


0916 CL063 01 1 


GRAD 


INTENSIVE READING/LATIN 


KAKAVAS/SYNODINOS 


CARNEY 


305 


MTH615-9 15 


0961 ED517 


01 3 


GRAD 


CHILDRN'S LITELEM/MIDDLE 


COCHRAN-SMITH 


CAMPION 


010 


MTWTH415-6 15 


"MAY 11 -AUG 06 














"JUNE 01 - 


JUNE 18 












6/1-6/18/98 


Communication 












5600 ED528 
"JUNE 29 - 


01 3 
JULY 22 


GRAD 


LEARNING DISABILITIES&ED 


SCANLON 


CAMPION 


235 


M W 4 30-7 30 
6/29-7/22/98 


4464 CO030 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


ONE 


PUBLIC SPEAKING 


JEFFERSON 


FULTON 


110 


MW6 15-9 15 


8900 ED583 
"JUNE 22 - 


01 3 
JULY 09 


GRAD 


FOUND/ORIENT/MOBIL/VIS HN 


JACKSON 


CAMPION 


231 


MTWTH415-6 15 
6/22-7/09/98 


7600 C0050 01 1 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


ONE 


INTERPERS COMMUNICATION 


FISHMAN 


LYONS 


207 


M W 3 30-5 


0996 ED595 
"JULY 20 - 


01 3 
AUG 06 


GRAD 


ASMN/INSTRUC:READING DIFF 


DEPT 


CAMPION 


204 


MTWTH415-6 15 
7/20-8/6/98 


5529 CO092 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 


ONE 


TECHNIQUES/ARGUMENTATION 


HERBECK 


CAMPION 


131 


TTH6 15-9 15 


6400 ED625 
"JUNE 29 - 


05 3 
JULY 10 


GRAD 


MANAGING EMERGING TECHNOL 


PECK 


CAMPION 


010 


MTWTHF12 30-4 
6/29-7/10/98 


8016 C0104 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 


ONE 


INTERPERS COMMUNICATION 


FISHER 


CAMPION 


131 


M TH 6 30-9 30 


1600 ED628 
"JUNE 29 - 


01 3 
JULY 10 


GRAD 


COMPUTER APPL/EDUCATORS 


PECK 


CAMPION 
CAMPION 


010 
010 


MTW8 30-12 30 
THF8 30-12 30 
6/29-7/10/98 


7761 C0130 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 


ONE 


DYN/C0MMUN:T0DAY7T0M0RR0W MATELSKI 


LYONS 


202 


MTWTH6 15-9 15 


8489 ED633 
"MAY 13 - 


01 3 
JUNE 17 


GRAD 


IMPACT OF PSYCHOSOC ISS 


DEPT 


CAMPION 


328 


W 3 30-6 30 
5/11-6/18/98 


3209 00200 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


ONE 


TOPICS/COMMUNICATIONS 


FISHMAN 


LYONS 


207 


MW6 15-9 15 


2225 ED674 
"JULY 08 - 


01 3 

JULY 14 


GRAD 


MATH PROBLEM SOLVING 4-12 


ALBERT 


CAMPION 


016 


MTWTHF9-315 
7/8-7/14/98 


3361 CO206 01 3 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 


ONE 


GROUP DYNAMICS 


PICKLESIMER 


LYONS 


207 


MW6 15-9 15 


6369 ED676 
"JULY 06 - 


07 3 
JULY 14 


GRAD 


CATHOLIC SCHOOLS IN 1990S 


O'KEEFE 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
7/6-7/14/98 


3210 C0240 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 


CORE 


INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS 


FISHMAN 


LYONS 


207 


TTH6 15-9 15 


0241 ED703 
"MAY 11 - 


01 6 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


CLIN EXPERIENCE IN VISION 


PELLETIER 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 


5216 C0290 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


ONE 


POLITICS «■ THE MEDIA 


NATOLI 


CAMPION 


300 


MW6 15-9 15 


4356 ED708 
"MAY 11 - 


01 3 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


ISSUES IN HIGHER ED 


MURPHY/MARTIN 


CAMPION 


236 


M W 6 30-8 30 
5/11-6/18/98 


Economics 














9090 ED771 
"JUNE 29 - 


01 3 
AUG 07 


GRAD 


ORGANZ/ADMIN/HIGHER ED 1 


YOUN 


CAMPION 


231 


TTH6 30-8 30 
6/29-08/7/98 


5729 EC131 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


CORE 


PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 


HANSEN 


CARNEY 


102 


MW6 15-9 15 


3136 ED783 
"MAY 11 - 


01 6 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


CL EXP DEAF-BLIND/MULTIPL 


PELLETIER 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 


9225 EC132 01 3 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 


CORE 


PRINCIPLES/ECON ll/MACRO 


PETERSEN 


CAMPION 


303 


MW6 15-9 15 


2197 ED830 
"JUNE 29 - 


01 3 
AUG 07 


GRAD 


DIR RSCH/RELIG ED 


DEPT 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 


6576 EC132 02 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 


CORE 


PRINCIPLES/ECON ll/MACRO 


BANDIERA 


CAMPION 


303 


TTH6 15-9 15 


4304 ED859 
"MAY 11 - 


01 3 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


READ&RES:CURR&INSTRUC 


COCHRAN-SMITH 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 


4481 EC151 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 


ONE 


STATISTICS 


JAGGIA 


FULTON 


115 


TTH6 15-9 15 


4402 ED859 
"JUNE 29 - 


02 3 
AUG 07 


GRAD 


READ&RES:CURR&INSTRUC 


COCHRAN-SMITH 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 


6329 EC151 02 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


ONE 


STATISTICS 


BRAN CO 


O'NEILL 


247 


MW6 15-9 15 


5369 ED888 
"MAY 11 - 


01 
JUNE 18 


GRAD 


MASTER'S COMPREHENSIVES 


LYKES 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 


9649 EC361 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 


ONE 


M0NETARYTHE0RY8, POLICY 


SESHEDRI 


O'NEILL 


246 


MW6 15-9 15 


3601 ED888 
"JUNE 29 - 


02 
AUG 07 


GRAD 


MASTER'S COMPREHENSIVES 


LYKES 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 


1361 EC372 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 


CORE 


INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 


KAZEMI 


CAMPION 


328 


TTH6 15-9 15 


4050 ED901 
"MAY 11 - 

0002 ED901 


01 
JUNE 18 

02 


GRAD 
GRAD 


URBAN CATH TEACHERS PROG 
URBAN CATH TEACHERS PROG 


GERVAIS 
GERVAIS 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 


Education 














"JUNE 29 - 
9161 ED910 


AUG 07 
01 3 


GRAD 


READ&RES:ED RES.MEAS&EVAL 


HANEY 






6/29-8/7/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 


7684 ED199 01 3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT STUDY/EDUC 


CAWTHORNE 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


"MAY 11 - 


JUNE 18 












5/11-6/18/98 


"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 












5/11-6/18/98 


8097 ED910 


02 3 


GRAD 


READ&RES:ED RES.MEAS&EVAL 


HANEY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


6464 ED343 01 3 


GRAD 


REFORM&INNOV MIDDLE SCH 


DEPT 


CAMPION 


200 


TTH4 15-6 15 


"JUNE 29 - 


AUG 07 












6/29-8/7/98 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 












6/29-8/7/98 


5584 ED921 


01 3 


GRAD 


READ&RES:HIGHER ED ADMIN 


STARRATT 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


8036 ED374 01 3 


GRAD 


MGMT/BEHAV/SEV SPEC NEEDS 


PECK 


CAMPION 


010 


MTWTH630-8 30 


"MAY 11 - 


JUNE 18 












5/11-6/18/98 


"JUNE 22 -JULY 10 












6/22-7/10/98 


9025 ED921 
"JUNE 29 - 


02 3 
AUG 07 


GRAD 


READ&RES:HIGHER ED ADMIN 


STARRATT 






BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 



18 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Summer 1998 



Schedule of Courses (continued) — Summer 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



INSTRUCTOR 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



5630 ED921 03 1 GRAD READ8,RES:HIGHER ED ADMIN STARRATT 

"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 

8196 ED921 04 1 GRAD READ8,RES:HIGHER ED ADMIN STARRATT 

"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 

0304 ED998 01 GRAD DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES LYKES 

"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 



Education/Psychology 



3041 PY417 01 3 GRAD ADULT PSYCHOLOGY BOYD 

"MAY 16 -JUNE 13 



9689 PY417 05 3 GRAD ADULT PSYCHOLOGY 
"MAY 16 -JUNE 13 



BOYD 



2256 PY418 01 3 


GRAD 


APPDEV PSYCH/CHILD EMPH 


BUCKLEY 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








7226 PY440 01 3 


GRAD 


PRIN/TECHNIOUES/COUNSELNG 


WOLF 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








0305 PY441 01 3 


GRAD 


COUNSELING MEN 


MAHALIK 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








4601 PY447 01 3 


GRAD 


APP DEV PSYCH/ADOLES EMPH 


MARGOLIS 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








0626 PY460 01 3 


GRAD 


INTERP/EVAL7RESEARCH 


LUDLOW 


"MAY 12 -JUNE 16 








3930 PY468 01 3 


GRAD 


INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 


LUDLOW 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








6649 PY528 01 3 


GRAD 


MULTICULTURAL ISSUES 


KING 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








4576 PY529 01 3 


GRAD 


PSYCH OF DRUG&ALCOH ABUSE 


DEPT 


"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 








2169 PY529 02 3 


GRAD 


PSYCH OF DRUG&ALCOH ABUSE 


DEPT 


"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 








2009 PY605 01 3 


GRAD 


ETHIC/LEGAL ISS COUNS PSY 


DEPT 


"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 








8889 PY605 02 3 


GRAD 


ETHIC/LEGAL ISS COUNS PSY 


DEPT 


"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 








2601 PY633 01 3 


GRAD 


IMPACT OF PSYCHOSOC ISS 


DEPT 


"MAY 13 -JUNE 17 








0629 PY642 01 3 


GRAD 


INTRO TO PLAY THERAPY 


BUCKLEY 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








0627 PY888 01 


GRAD 


MASTER'S COMPREHENSIVES 


LYKES 


"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 








1844 PY888 02 


GRAD 


MASTER'S COMPREHENSIVES 


LYKES 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








7225 PY910 01 3 


GRAD 


READ8,RES:C0UNS&DEV PSYCH 


KENNY 


"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 








9056 PY910 02 3 


GRAD 


READ8,RES:C0UNS&DEV PSYCH 


KENNY 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 








3025 PY998 01 


GRAD 


DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 


LYKES 


"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 









English 



2356 EN052 01 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 


3 
05 


CORE 


INTRO/COLLEGE WRITING 


SCHULTZ 


1281 EN052 02 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 


3 
06 


CORE 


INTRO/COLLEGE WRITING 


LONG 


5730 EN052 03 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 


3 
05 


CORE 


INTRO/COLLEGE WRITING 


STEPANSKI 


1457 EN060 01 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 


3 
06 


ONE 


LITERARY WORKS 


BARRETT 


2889 EN253 01 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 


3 
06 


ONE 


AM FICTION OF THE 90S 


CASPER 


0601 EN293 01 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 


3 
05 


ONE 


LAUGHTERIIT APPROACH 


FARRELL 


2544 EN413 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 


ONE 


NEW WORLD CLASSICS 


FARRELL 


3401 EN454 01 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 


3 
05 


ONE 


DEVELOPING WRITING SKILLS 


FITZGERALD 


4900 EN479 01 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 


3 
06 


ONE 


CREATIVE NONFICTION 


GRIFFIN 


5604 EN572 01 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 


3 
05 


ONE 


TECHNIQUES/PRECISE EXP 1 


CHRISTIAN 


3316 EN825 01 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 


3 
06 


GRAD 


COMP THE0RY7TCHG WRTG 


SKORCZEWSKI 


8282 EN887 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 


GRAD 


INTRO ADVANCED RESEARCH 


WALLACE 


2965 EN891 01 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 


3 
05 


GRAD 


BLACK WOMEN WRITERS 


BLACKWELL 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 



CAMPION 200 

CAMPION 236 

CAMPION 302 

CAMPION 236 

CAMPION 200 

FULTON 110 

CAMPION 236 

CAMPION 231 

CAMPION 231 

CAMPION 231 

CAMPION 231 

CAMPION 328 

CAMPION 302 



S 8 30-4 30 
5/16,23,30 
6/13 

S 8 30-4 30 
5/16,23,30 
6/13 

M W 6 30-8 30 
6/29-8/7/98 

M W 6 30-8 30 
6/29-8/7/98 

TTH4 15-6 15 
6/29-8/7/98 

T TH 6 30-8 30 
6/29-8/7/98 

T TH 6 30-8 30 
5/12-6/16/98 

T TH 4-6 30 
6/29-8/7/98 

MW4 15-6 15 
6/29-8/7/98 

MW4 15-6 15 
5/11-6/17/98 

T TH 6 30-8 30 
5/12-6/18/98 

M W 6 30-8 30 
5/11-6/17/98 

TTH4 15-6 15 
5/12-6/18/98 

W 3 30-6 30 
5/11-6/18/98 

MW4 15-6 15 
6/29-8/7/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
6/29-8/7/98 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
5/11-6/18/98 



CAMPION 131 

CAMPION 131 

CAMPION 303 

O'NEILL 254 

MCGUINN 133 

CAMPION 328 

CAMPION 328 

CAMPION 009 

CAMPION 009 

CAMPION 300 

O'NEILL 245 

O'NEILL 245 

CARNEY 307 



MW8 30-11 30 
TTH8 30-11 30 
MW6 15-9 15 
TTH6 15-9 15 
TTH6 15-9 15 
MW6 15-9 15 
M TH 6 30-9 30 
MW6 15-9 15 
TTH6 15-9 15 
MW8 30-11 30 
T TH 6 30-9 
T TH 6 30-9 
M W 6 30-9 



Geology and Geophysics 



6281 GE140 01 3 CORE OUR MOBILE EARTH 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 18 

7025 GE167 01 3 CORE ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCEI 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



EBEL 
HEPBURN 



DEVLIN 026 TTH6 15-9 15 
DEVLIN 026 MW6 15-9 15 



Germanic Studies 



4721 GM061 01 1 GRAD INTENS READING/GERMAN EYKMAN 

"MAY 11 -AUG 07 



CARNEY 306 MTH6 15-9 



History 



6403 HS023 01 3 CORE 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 



2016 HS024 01 3 CORE 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



0225 HS039 01 3 CORE 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



2025 HS040 01 3 CORE 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 



5721 HS133 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



5629 HS181 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



8065 HS187 01 3 
"JULY 20 -AUG 06 



ONE 



ONE 



0630 HS518 01 3 ONE 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



MODERN HISTORY I GUILDERSON 

MODERN HISTORY II GUILDERSON 

WEST&WORLD 1500-1789 DUKET 

WEST&WORLD SINCE 1789 LEVENSON-ESTRADA 

MODERN AMERICA 1945-PRES BLOOM 

AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I GELFAND 

POP CULTURE&SILVER SCREEN BUNIE 

U.S. CONSTITUTIONAL HISII ROGERS 



CARNEY 205 MW6 15-9 15 

CARNEY 205 MW6 15-9 15 

MERKERT 130 TTH6 15-9 15 

CAMPION 300 TTH6 15-9 15 

CARNEY 205 TTH8 30-1130 

CARNEY 103 MW615-9 15 

CUSHING 001 MTWTH615-9 15 

CARNEY 206 MW830-1130 



0306 HS537 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



5722 HS556 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 



2010 HS877 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



THREE U.S. SINCE 1929 



THREE BOSTON NEIGHBORHOODS 



GRAD COLLRELIGION&POP CULTURE 



0962 HS878 01 3 GRAD COLLOQ:AMERICAN SLAVERY 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



INSTRUCTOR 


BUILDING 


ROOM 


TIME 


BLOOM 


CARNEY 


302 


TTH6 15-9 15 


BUNIE 


CUSHING 


001 


M TH 6 30-9 30 


REINBURG 


CARNEY 


308 


T TH 6 30-8 30 


LYERLY 


CARNEY 


308 


M W 6 30-8 30 



Accounting 



0100 MA021 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 



0402 MA021 02 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



2577 MA022 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 



2576 MA022 02 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



3876 MA701 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 



5627 MA801 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



5025 MA804 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 



ONE 



ONE 



GRAD 



GRAD 



2964 MA830 01 3 GRAD 
"MAY 19 -JUNE 26 



FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING MC ARDLE 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING HUSE 

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING COHEN 

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING GLYNN 

ACCOUNTING PAWLICZEK 

CONTEM TOPICS/CORP REPORT SOO 

FINAN STATEMNT ANALY SCHWARTZ 

REPT/CONTROLS/INTNL BUS WRIGHT 



FULTON 

FULTON 

CAMPION 

FULTON 

FULTON 

FULTON 

FULTON 

FULTON 



117 TTH615-915 

423 MW6 15-915 

010 MTH6 30-9 30 

220 TTH6 15-915 

110 TTH6 30-9 30 

425 M W 6 30-9 30 

110 MW630-930 

210 TTH6 30-9 30 



Organizational Studies/Human Resource Management 



1321 MB021 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



2649 MB109 01 3 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 



6596 MB119 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 



3201 MB709 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 



ONE ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 



ONE HUMAN GROUPS AT WORK 



ONE INTERPERS COMMUN/ORGANIZ 



GRAD MANAGING PEOPLE/ORGANIZTN 



9856 MB812 01 3 GRAD NEGOTIATING 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



Computer Sciences 



CAHALY 


FULTON 


115 


MW6 15-915 


PICKLESIMER 


LYONS 


207 


MW6 15-915 


FISHER 


CAMPION 


131 


M TH 6 30-9 30 


LEWIS 


FULTON 


425 


M W 6 30-9 30 


NIELSEN 


FULTON 


117 


TTH6 30-9 30 



4624 MC021 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



5556 MC707 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 



2896 MC856 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



THREE COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT HORNE 



GRAD COMPUTER INFORMATION SYST SPANG 



GRAD SOL DATABASE MGMT SYSTEMS SPANG 



Operations and Strategic Management 



4569 MD021 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 

3344 MD021 02 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

8404 MD099 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 06 

5628 MD606 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

5626 MD705 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 26 

1344 MD707 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 

2401 MD815 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 

9081 MD841 01 3 
"MAY 19 -JUNE 26 

Finance 



ONE MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS TRUNFIO 

ONE MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS TRUNFIO 

ONE STRATEGY AND POLICY VAN TASSEL 

GRAD FORECASTING TECHNIQUES MC KENNA 

GRAD STATISTICS MURPHY 

GRAD OPERATIONS MGMT SAFIZADEH 

GRAD MGMT TECH/INNOVATION MALLICK 

GRAD ADV TOPICS/STRATEGIC MGMT SPINELLO 



2170 MF021 01 3 


ONE 


BASIC FINANCE 


MULLARKEY 


" MAY 11 -JUNE 17 








1605 MF021 02 3 


ONE 


BASIC FINANCE 


ARAGON 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 








9058 MF151 01 3 


ONE 


INVESTMENTS 


WALLEY 


"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 








0929 MF704 01 3 


GRAD 


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 


SMITH 


"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 








2096 MF801 01 3 


GRAD 


INVESTMENTS 


BARRY 


"MAY 18 -JUNE 26 








3081 MF803 01 3 


GRAD 


PORTFOLIO THEORY 


ARAGON 


"MAY 18 -JUNE 26 








6016 MF808 01 3 


GRAD 


FINANCIAL POLICY 


ARAGON 


"MAY 18 -JUNE 26 








0484 MF820 01 3 


GRAD 


MGMT/FINAN INSTITUTIONS 


CHUGH 


"MAY 18 -JUNE 26 








5396 MF831 01 3 


GRAD 


INTERNATL FINAN MGMT 


KANE 


"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 








1764 MF840 01 3 


GRAD 


SPEC TOPICS:FIN SER MGMT 


HELLER 


"MAY 18 -JUNE 26 








1841 MF860 01 3 


GRAD 


MS SEM:DERIVAT&RISK MGMT 


BENNETT 


"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 









Business Law 



0281 MJ021 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



5225 MJ810 01 3 
"MAY 19 -JUNE 26 



THREE LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 



GRAD FEDERAL SECURITIES LAW 



FLAHERTY 
LAKATOS 



FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 



415 TTH6 15-915 
145 MW630-930 
453 T TH 6 30-9 30 



FULTON 
FULTON 
DEVLIN 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
DEVLIN 



250 TTH6 15-915 

245 TTH6 15-915 

010 MTH6 15-915 

235 M W 6 30-9 30 

235 M TH 6 30-9 30 

220 M W 6 30-9 30 

115 MW630-930 

010 TTH6 30-9 30 



FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 
FULTON 



117 MW615-915 

130 MW6 15-915 

423 TTH6 15-915 

115 TTH6 30-9 30 

220 T TH 6 30-9 30 

130 MW630-930 

130 TTH6 30-9 30 

150 MW630-930 

415 MW630-930 

423 T TH 6 30-9 30 

130 TTH6 30-9 30 



FULTON 
DEVLIN 



210 TTH6 15-915 
117 TTH630-930 



Schedule of Courses, Summer 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



19 



Schedule of Courses (continued) — Summer 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



Marketing 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



INSTRUCTOR 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



Romance Languages and Literatures 



0403 MK021 01 3 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 

1365 MK148 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

5723 MK168 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 

8689 MK705 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

9824 MK805 01 3 
"MAY 18 -JUNE 25 



ONE 



ONE 



GRAD 



5761 MK813 01 3 GRAD 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



MARKETING PRINCIPLES 


NUGENT 


SERVICE MARKETING 


SANNELLA 


INTERNAT'L MARKETING 


FLYNN 


MARKETING 


DEPT 


MARKETING STRATEGY 


CRITTENDEN 


FINANCIAL SERVICES MKTG 


UTTER 



MCGUINN 121 MW615-9 15 

FULTON 245 MW615-9 15 

FULTON 245 TTH615-915 

FULTON 145 M W 6 30-9 30 

FULTON 423 M W 6 30-9 30 

FULTON 220 M W 6 30-9 30 



Graduate Management Practice/International 



1456 MM702 01 3 GRAD MGMT PRAC IIIEADERSHIP RAELIN 

"MAY 18 -JULY 20 



3877 MM708 01 3 GRAD MANAGING/GLOBAL ENVIRONMT BENDHEIM 
"MAY 19 -JUNE 26 



6496 MM710 01 3 GRAD MGMT PRAC IILSTRAT MGMT HALPERN 

"MAY 19 -JUNE 26 



3202 MM711 01 3 GRAD MGMT PRAC IVSOCIAL ISSUE 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



SPINELLO 

1985 MM810 01 3 GRAD COMM SKILLS FOR MANAGERS COYLE 
" MAY 18 -JUNE 25 



M 6 30-9 30 
FULTON 425 T TH 6 30-9 30 
FULTON 150 TTH6 30-9 30 
FULTON 150 MW6 30-9 30 
DEVLIN 117 MW6 30-9 30 



Mathematics 



6404 MT004 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

3296 MT02Q 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

3027 MT100 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 

7477 MT101 01 3 
"JULY 20 -AUG 06 

6929 MT348 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 

3236 MT353 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 

4400 MT353 02 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

2501 MT363 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

5689 MT430 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

1601 MT728 01 3 
"JUNE 25 -JULY 01 

Nursing 



CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

THREE 

ONE 

ONE 

THREE 

ONE 

THREE 



FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS ROSEN 

SURVEY OF CALCULUS ROSEN 

CALCULUS I KEANE 

CALCULUS II KEANE 

INFO SCIENCE APPLICATIONS O'KEEFE 



STATISTICS 

STATISTICS 

C PROGRAMMING 

INTRO/NUMBER THEORY 



HOGAN 
CHAMBERS 
DABEKIS 
MIROLLO 



FOCUS ON MATH/MIDDLE/SEC KENNEY/BEZUSZKA 



CARNEY 303 

CARNEY 206 

CARNEY 106 

CARNEY 106 

CARNEY 106 

CARNEY 106 

FULTON 453 

MERKERT 127 

FULTON 235 

O'NEILL 254 

CARNEY 205 

MERKERT 129 



TTH615-9 15 

TTH8 30-11 30 

MTW8 30-11 30 
TH 8 30-11 30 

MTW8 30-11 30 
TH 8 30-11 30 

M TH 6 30-9 30 
M TH 6 30-9 30 
TTH615-9 15 
MW615-915 
TTH615-9 15 
M T W 8 30-3 30 



6761 NU430 01 3 GRAD ADV HEALTH ASSESSMENT 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 25 



8064 NU520 01 3 GRAD 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 



NURSING RESEARCH THEORY CARROLL 

* DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS 



9089 NU672 01 3 GRAD PHYSIOLOGIC LIFE PROCESS 



DEVLIN 218 M12-4 
T9-4 

LAB PNP/FNP 
TH9-4 
LAB PSY/AH/WOMENS 

DEVLIN 218 MW4 30-7 30 



DEVLIN 218 TTH4 30-7 30 



"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 

Physics 



8481 PH203 01 1 CORE 
"JUNE 15 -JULY 09 

8164 PH204 01 1 CORE 
"JULY 13 -AUG 06 

8901 PH211 01 3 CORE 
"JUNE 15 -JULY 09 

5456 PH212 01 3 CORE 
"JULY 13 -AUG 06 



Philosophy 



INTRO PHYSICS LAB I URITAM 

INTRO PHYSICS LAB II URITAM 

INTRO TO PHYSICS l(CALC) URITAM 

INTRO TO PHYSICS(CALC)II URITAM 



M T TH 7 30-8 30 
M T TH 7 30-8 30 
DEVLIN 221 MTTH6-10 
DEVLIN 221 MTTH6-10 



1489 PL005 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

2101 PL005 02 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

4129 PL088 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 

1049 PL285 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

0769 PL303 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 



CORE 



CORE 



ONE 



INTRO/BASIC PROBS/PHILOS KULL 

INTRO/BASIC PROBS/PHILOS KEELEY 

PERSON & SOC RESPON I KEELEY 

AMERICAN DREAMlPHIL INVES MC MENAMIN 

THINKING ABOUT RELIGION KREEFT 



CAMPION 303 MW8 30-1 130 

FULTON 425 TTH615-915 

FULTON 415 M TH 6 30-9 30 

FULTON 210 MW615-9 15 

CARNEY 202 M TH 6 30-9 30 



Political Science 



5889 P0317 01 3 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 



7204 P0349 01 3 ONE 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 



1184 P0446 01 3 ONE 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

Psychology 



THREE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY 
POLITICS & THE MEDIA 
WORLD POLITICS 1998 



NATOLI 
NATOLI 
BAILEY 



CAMPION 300 MW615-9 15 
CAMPION 300 MW615-9 15 
MCGUINN 315 MW615-9 15 



4244 PS074 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

4384 PS074 02 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

7281 PS126 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

8902 PS136 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 

8482 PS142 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

2944 PS281 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 



ONE 



ONE 



ONE 



INTRO PSYCH II 


BRODER 


INTRO PSYCH II 


D'AVIGNON 


DYNAMICS OF SUCCESS 


CANAVAN 


DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH 


MOORE 


HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS 


EASTON 


SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY 


MOORE 



O'NEILL 247 MW8 30-11 30 

O'NEILL 253 MW615-9 15 

CAMPION 009 TTH8 30-1130 

CARNEY 206 TTH615-915 

CARNEY 103 TTH8 30-1130 

CARNEY 102 TTH6 15-9 15 



7769 RL015 01 3 


CORE 


ELEMENTARY SPANISH 1 


WOOD 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 








6100 RL016 01 3 


CORE 


ELEMENTARY SPANISH II 


WOOD 


"JULY 20 -AUG 06 








7241 RL065 01 1 


GRAD 


INTENSIVE READING/FRENCH 


JAVEL/BRAVO 


"MAY 11 -AUG 06 








1569 RL109 01 3 


CORE 


INTERMEDIATE FRENCH 1 


JAVEL 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 








9600 RL110 01 3 


CORE 


INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II 


JAVEL 


"JULY 20 -AUG 06 








2226 RL115 01 3 


CORE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DAGGETT 


"JUNE 29 -JULY 16 








2502 RL116 01 3 


CORE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II 


DAGGETT 


"JULY 20 -AUG 06 








2881 RL163 01 3 


ONE 


BOSTON'S FRENCH CONNECT 


FLAGG 


"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 









Sociology 



3376 SC001 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

6025 SC049 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

8721 SC093 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 

5026 SC740 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 01 

Social Work 



CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY KARP 

CORE SOCIAL PROBLEMS LEVENTMAN 

CORE COMPARATIVE SOCIAL CHANGE GRAY 

GRAD CULTURE,ETHNICITY8,HEALTH LEVENTMAN 



0401 SW722 05 3 GRAD 
"JUNE 01 -JULY 13 



2900 SW722 06 3 GRAD 
"JUNE 01 -JULY 13 



1121 SW722 07 3 GRAD 
"MAY 21 -JULY 16 



4804 SW921 50 3 GRAD 
"JUNE 01 -AUG 07 



PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOLOGY DEPT 

PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOLOGY DEPT 

PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOLOGY DEPT 

FIELD EDUCATION I DEPT 



Theater 



2227 CT249 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

Theology 



ONE THEATER WORKSHOP 



HECHT 



7809 TH002 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 05 

3211 TH016 01 3 
"MAY 12 -JUNE 18 

1729 TH074 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 

1289 TH161 01 3 
"MAY 11 -JUNE 17 

3649 TH206 01 3 
"JUNE 30 -AUG 06 

4722 TH240 01 3 
"MAY 07 -JUNE 15 

2196 TH435 01 2 
"JULY 27 -AUG 07 

4401 TH530 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 

3329 TH538 01 3 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 

2324 TH579 01 1 
"JULY 06 -JULY 10 

1364 TH605 01 2 
"JULY 27 -AUG 07 

7481 TH608 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 10 

6401 TH613 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 10 

8096 TH628 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 10 

9184 TH633 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 10 

5969 TH639 01 1 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 

0409 TH642 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 10 

9444 TH644 01 2 
"JULY 27 -AUG 07 

3929 TH669 01 2 
"JULY 27 -AUG 07 

2064 TH688 01 1 
"JULY 13 -JULY 17 

8281 TH689 01 1 
"JULY 20 -JULY 24 

3600 TH709 01 2 
"JULY 13 -JULY 24 

7604 TH738 01 2 
"JULY 27 -AUG 07 

2100 TH739 01 2 
"JUNE 29 -JULY 10 

6245 TH779 01 2 
"JULY 13 -JULY 24 

5041 TH781 01 2 
"JULY 13 -JULY 24 

4841 TH785 01 2 
"JULY 13 -JULY 24 

0121 TH816 01 2 
"JULY 13 -JULY 24 

2624 TH880 01 2 
"JULY 27 -AUG 07 

8484 TH888 01 
"JUNE 29 -AUG 07 



CORE 

CORE 

ONE 

CORE 

CORE 

ONE 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 

GRAD 



BIBLICAL HERITAGE II DARR 

INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO I POPE 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL ETHICS KEELEY 

THE RELIGIOUS QUEST I WEISS 

RELATNSHP:WAY TO KNOW GOD ST CLAIR 

THINKING ABOUT RELIGION KREEFT 

DANCE AND THE SACRED DEPT 

FIELD ED/PRAC/PASTORL MIN DEPT 

DIR RES IN PASTORAL MINIS DEPT 

LITURGY AND THE BODY MORRILL 

C0LLO0:THE0L/PAST0RL PRAC LOWERY 

SOCIAL ETHICS POPE 

FAMILY COUNSELING ST CLAIR 

LITURGY OF THE CHURCH KELLEHER 

MENTOR YOUTH/TOMORROW CH DEPT 

LEADERSHIP IN MINISTRY HORELL 

INTRO/NEW TESTAMENT BARTA 

FOUNDATIONS OF THEOLOGY COPELAND 

AD FAITH FORM:ENGAG IMAG REGAN 

EDUC MIN/LIFELONG FAITH CONFOY 

FAITHFULNESS/AGES/STAGES CONFOY 



WOMEN AND THE BIBLE 



EXUM 



FULTON 310 MTW8 30-1 130 
FULTON 310 TH 8 30-1 130 



FULTON 310 MTW8 30-1 130 
FULTON 310 TH 8 30-1 130 



LYONS 316 MTH6 15-9 15 



FULTON 235 MTW8 30-1 130 

FULTON 235 TH 8 30-1 130 

FULTON 235 MTW8 30-1 130 

FULTON 235 TH 8 30-1 130 

FULTON 210 MTW8 30-1 130 

FULTON 210 TH 8 30-1 130 

FULTON 210 MTW8 30-1 130 

FULTON 210 TH 8 30-1 130 

FULTON 310 TTH615-915 



DEVLIN 112 MW6 15-9 15 

O'NEILL 253 TTH6 15-9 15 

CAMPION 302 TTH615-915 

MCGUINN 415 M W 6 30-9 



MCGUINN 312 M 3-7 
MCGUINN 223 M 3-7 
MCGUINN 223 TH 5-8 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



ROBSHAM 112 TTH6 15-9 15 



CARNEY 303 MW6 15-9 15 



FULTON 230 TTH615-915 



FULTON 415 M TH 6 30-9 30 



CAMPION 200 MW6 15-9 15 



CAMPION 235 TTH615-915 



CARNEY 202 M TH 6 30-9 30 



FULTON 220 MWF845-1145 
FULTON 220 TTH8 45-1145 



EMBRACING LOVE AND WORK WHITEHEAD/WHITEHEA 

CHRISTOLOGY COOKE 

CATH THEO&AM REL THOUGHT HIMES 

LECT/LIT PREACH DEPT 

THEOLOGY/SPIRIT/BODY GRIFFITH 

SHARING FAITH/REL EDUC GROOME 

PSYCHOTHER&SPIRITUALITY MC DARGH 



INTERIM STUDY DEPT 

' MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 







BY ARRANGEMENT 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


FULTON 


230 


MWF830-1145 


FULTON 


230 


TTH8 30-1145 


FULTON 


115 


M W F 2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


115 


TTH2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


145 


MWF830-1145 


FULTON 


145 


TTH8 30-1145 


FULTON 


115 


MWF830-1145 


FULTON 


115 


TTH8 30-1145 


FULTON 


145 


M W F 2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


145 


TTH2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


220 


M W F 2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


220 


T TH 2 30-5 45 
BY ARRANGEMENT 


FULTON 


115 


M W F 2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


115 


TTH2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


115 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


115 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


145 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


145 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


230 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


230 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


230 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


230 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


145 


M W F 2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


145 


TTH2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


230 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


230 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


230 


M W F 2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


230 


TTH2 30-5 45 


FULTON 


250 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


250 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


115 


M W F 2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


115 


TTH2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


220 


M W F 2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


220 


T TH 2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


145 


MWF845-1145 


FULTON 


145 


TTH8 45-1145 


FULTON 


145 


M W F 2 30-5 30 


FULTON 


145 


T TH 2 30-5 30 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



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Schedule of Courses, Summer 1998 



Schedule of Courses — Fall Semester 1998 



Explanation of Course Numbers 






Level of Courses 






The Boston College Course Number consists of seven characters. The first two characters (alphabetic prefix, e.g., 


Course levels are designated in this booklet as follows: 






"IVIA") indicate the department or program offering the 


course; the last two characters 


indicate the section num- 


CORE— Courses fulfilling University Core requirements 






ber The middle three characters indicate the level of the 


course. When listing courses 


the entire seven-character 


ONE— Undergraduate electives 






symbol must be used as well as the four digit INDEX number which appears to the left of the course. For exam- 


TWO— Undergraduate courses designed primarily for majors 




ple: 9999 MA333.01. 






THREE— Courses for undergraduate and graduate registration 




Meeting Days 






GRAD— Courses for graduate registration 

Meeting Times 






The meeting days of each class are listed in this booklet as follows: IVl=Monday T 


=Tuesday W=Wednesday, 








Th=Thursday, F=Friday. 






The meeting times of each class are listed in this booklet. Unless otherwise stated, class periods are of either 50 








or 75 minutes duration. Seventy-five minute periods are 


designated by an asterisk (*) after the meeting day and 








time (e.g., TTH 1:30*) 






INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR BUILDING 


ROOM TIME 


INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


BUILDING ROOM TIME 


Biology 






9926 BI401 01 3 TWO ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY 


CHUPASKO 


TTH9* 






5733 BI430 01 3 ONE FUNCTIONAL HISTOLOGY 


YEE 


MWF3 


4899 BI100 01 3 CORE SURVEY OF BIOLOGY 1 


STRAUSS 


TTH10 30* 






W3-6 


9056 BI100 02 3 CORE SURVEY OF BIOLOGY 1 


STRAUSS 


TTH12* 


9927 BI435 01 3 TWO BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 


KIRSCHNER 


MWF12 


9057 BI100 03 3 CORE SURVEY OF BIOLOGY 1 


KOOL 


MWF2 


6784 BI438 01 3 ONE BIOLOGY OF THE CELL CYCLE 


LADING 


MWF12 


9058 BI110 01 3 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


MWF2 


9929 BI442 01 3 TWO PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY 


WOLFF 


MW330* 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI1 11 ALSO 






9930 BI443 01 3 TWO COASTAL FIELD ECOLOGY 


AUGER 


TTH 4 30* 


9059 BI111 01 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI110 ALSO 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


W9-11 


9373 BI454 01 3 TWO INTRO/LIT OF BIOCHEMISTRY 


DEPT 


TTH 12' 


9060 BI111 02 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


T9-11 


8100 BI458 01 3 TWO EVOLUTION 


KOOL 


TTH 3 45-5 15 


" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI1 1 ALSO 






8101 BI461 01 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9061 BI111 03 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


F12-2 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI110 ALSO 






8102 BI461 02 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


ANNUNZIATO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9062 BI111 04 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


TH3-5 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI110 ALSO 






8103 BI461 03 3 ONE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


KIRSCHNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7225 BI111 05 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


W9-11 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










INDEPENDENT LAB 


8104 BI461 04 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


DUNN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7226 BI111 06 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


T9-11 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










INDEPENDENT LAB 


0130 BI461 05 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


HAKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7227 BI111 07 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


F12-2 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










INDEPENDENT LAB 


8105 BI461 06 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


GOLDTHWAITE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7228 BI111 08 1 CORE GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB 1 


PLOCKE/GOLDTHWAITE 


TH3-5 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










INDEPENDENT LAB 


7773 BI461 07 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


MOROIANU 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7231 BI130 01 3 ONE ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1 


O'BRIEN 


TTH9* 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI131 ALSO 






8106 BI461 08 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


ORLANDO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7232 BI131 01 1 ONE ANATOMY & PHYSIOL LAB 1 


DEPT 


M9-11 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






*• REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI130ALSO 






8107 BI461 09 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


PETRI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7233 BI131 02 1 ONE ANATOMY & PHYSIOL LAB 1 


DEPT 


M12-2 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI130 ALSO 






0281 BI461 10 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


PLOCKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9396 BI131 03 1 ONE ANATOMY 8, PHYSIOL LAB 1 


DEPT 


M3-5 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI130 ALSO 






0282 BI461 11 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


POWERS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9397 BI134 01 3 ONE HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 1 


O'BRIEN 


TTH9* 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






9398 BI200 01 3 TWO INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY 1 


DEPT 


MWF11 


0283 BI461 12 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


RULE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9399 BI200 02 3 TWO INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY 1 


STACHOW/DEPT 


TTH9* 


0284 BI461 13 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


SEYFRIED 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9400 BI209 01 3 ONE ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY 


CHUPASKO 


TTH9* 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






1958 BI216 01 3 CORE EPIDEMIC.DISEASE&HUMANITY 


DUNN 


MWF12 


0285 BI461 14 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


STRAUSS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9402 BI220 01 2 ONE MICROBIOLOGY 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI221 ALSO 


O'BRIEN 


MW1 


0286 BI461 15 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


STACHOW 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9403 BI221 01 1 ONE MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI220ALSO 


O'BRIEN 


M2-4 


0287 BI461 18 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


BALKEMA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9404 BI221 02 1 ONE MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE BI220 ALSO 


O'BRIEN 


F2-4 


0288 BI461 19 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


BRUNKEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0850 BI230 01 3 ONE BIOSTATISTICS 


MC GOWAN 


TTH3* 


6464 BI461 20 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


HOFFMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9405 BI304 01 3 TWO MOLEC CELL BIO&GENETICS 1 


O'CONNOR 


MWF11 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






5569 BI304 02 3 TWO MOLEC CELL BIO&GENETICS 1 


CHILES 


MWF12 


8043 BI461 21 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


O'CONNOR 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5570 BI307 01 2 TWO LAB BASIS/BIO INVEST l/ll 


ANDERSON 


T12-3 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










W6-8 


6466 BI461 22 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


CHILES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5571 BI307 02 2 TWO LAB BASIS/BIO INVEST l/ll 


ANDERSON 


T 5 30-8 30 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










TH 8 30-10 30 


7856 BI461 24 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 1 


WOLFF 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5572 BI307 03 2 TWO LAB BASIS/BIO INVEST l/ll 


ANDERSON 


W2-5 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 










TH6-8 


6468 BI463 01 3 TWO RESEARCH/BIOCHEMISTRY/I 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5573 BI399 01 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6469 BI463 02 3 TWO RESEARCH/BIOCHEMISTRY/I 


ANNUNZIATO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


2881 BI399 02 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


ANNUNZIATO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6470 BI463 19 3 TWO RESEARCH/BIOCHEMISTRY/I 


BRUNKEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5658 BI399 03 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


GOLDTHWAITE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6471 BI465 01 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5575 BI399 04 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


DUNN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6649 BI465 02 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


ANNUNZIATO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


1904 BI399 05 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


HAKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6650 BI465 04 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


DUNN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5577 BI399 06 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


ORLANDO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4920 BI465 05 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


HAKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9621 BI399 07 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


MOROIANU 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2257 BI465 07 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


MOROIANU 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5579 BI399 08 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


STACHOW 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6651 BI465 09 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


PETRI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9484 BI399 09 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


PETRI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






7104 BI465 10 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


PLOCKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


2402 BI399 10 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


PLOCKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






7234 BI465 11 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


POWERS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5745 BI399 11 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


POWERS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6652 BI465 13 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


SEYFRIED 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5746 BI399 12 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


RULE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6654 BI465 15 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


ORLANDO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5747 BI399 13 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


SEYFREID 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6655 BI465 18 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


BALKEMA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6277 BI399 14 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


STRAUSS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6656 BI465 19 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


BRUNKEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5748 BI399 18 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


BALKEMA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6657 BI465 20 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


HOFFMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5749 BI399 19 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


BRUNKEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






0836 BI465 21 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


O'CONNOR 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5750 BI399 20 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


HOFFMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






0837 BI465 22 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


CHILES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9606 BI399 21 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


O'CONNOR 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






0838 BI465 23 3 TWO ADV UNDERGRAD RESEARCH 1 


KIRSCHNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5751 BI399 22 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


CHILES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






0839 BI480 01 3 TWO BIOCHEMISTRY LAB 


LADINO 


MW2-4 


5656 BI399 23 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


KIRSCHNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






0840 BI490 01 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9922 BI399 24 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


WOLFF 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






0841 BI490 02 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 


ANNUNZIATO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9925 BI400 01 3 TWO PLANTS IN HUMAN AFFAIRS 


GOLDTHWAITE 


TTH10 30* 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 







Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



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21 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



0842 BI490 03 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0843 BI490 04 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9207 BI490 05 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0844 BI490 06 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5346 BI490 07 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0845 BI490 08 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0846 BI490 09 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9025 BI490 10 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9026 BI490 11 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9027 BI490 12 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9028 BI490 13 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9029 BI490 15 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9030 BI490 18 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9031 BI490 19 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9032 BI490 20 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5634 BI490 21 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9034 BI490 22 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1217 BI490 23 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4738 BI490 24 3 TWO TUTORIAL IN BIOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1219 BI540 

1220 BI554 

1221 BI555 

1222 BI555 

1223 BI555 

1224 BI555 

1225 BI558 



9504 BI570 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7409 BI600 0- 



7410 BI635 



7411 BI799 



3 THREE IMMUNOLOGY 

3 THREE PHYSIOLOGY 

1 THREE LABORATORY IN PHYSIOLOGY 

1 THREE LABORATORY IN PHYSIOLOGY 

1 THREE LABORATORY IN PHYSIOLOGY 

1 THREE LABORATORY IN PHYSIOLOGY 

3 THREE NEUROGENETICS 

3 THREE BIOLOGY OF THE NUCLEUS 



GRAD BIOLOGY GRADUATE CORE I 



* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 GRAD GRADUATE BIOCHEMISTRY 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7412 BI799 02 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7413 BI799 04 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0596 BI799 05 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8276 BI799 07 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7414 BI799 09 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7415 BI799 10 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7416 BI799 11 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6914 BI799 13 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7605 BI799 17 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7606 BI799 18 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7607 BI799 19 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7608 BI799 20 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7609 BI799 21 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7610 BI799 22 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7611 BI799 23 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7612 BI801 01 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



1801 BI801 02 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



6416 BI801 04 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "MASTERS STUDENTS C 



INSTRUCTOR 

STRAUSS 

DUNN 

HAKE 

GOLDTHWAITE 

MOROIANU 

ORLANDO 

PETRI 

PLOCKE 

POWERS 

RULE 

SEYFRIED 

STACHOW 

BALKEMA 

BRUNKEN 

HOFFMAN 

O'CONNOR 

CHILES 

KIRSCHNER 

WOLFF 

RULE 

BALKEMA 

BALKEMA 

BALKEMA 

BALKEMA 

BALKEMA 

SEYFRIED 

ANNUNZIATO 

PLOCKE 

KIRSCHNER 

DEPT 

ANNUNZIATO 

DUNN 

HAKE 

MOROIANU 

PETRI 

PLOCKE 

POWERS 

SEYFRIED 

STACHOW 

BALKEMA 

BRUNKEN 

HOFFMAN 

O'CONNOR 

CHILES 

KIRSCHNER 

DEPT 

ANNUNZIATO 

DUNN 



7772 BI801 05 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "MASTERS STUDENTS 



HAKE 



ONLY 



6404 BI801 07 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "MASTERS STUDENTS C 



3201 BI801 09 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "MASTERS STUDENTS 



PETRI 



ONLY 



5204 BI801 10 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS C 



3126 BI801 11 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS 



3232 BI801 13 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS 



POWERS 



1808 BI801 16 3 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



THESIS SEMINAR 



ONLY 



SEYFRIED 
ONLY 



STACHOW 



5161 BI801 18 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS C 



6026 BI801 19 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS 



BRUNKEN 



ONLY 



4490 BI801 20 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS C 



7686 BI801 21 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS 



O'CONNOR 
ONLY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH12* 
MWF1 
M11-1 
TH 10-12 
TH 5 30-7 30 
F 10-12 
TTH9' 
TTH1 30* 

TTH12* 

MWF12 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



8111 BI801 22 3 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

8112 BI801 23 3 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

8113 BI805 01 1 GRAD 

0290 BI888 01 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

0291 BI998 01 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0292 BI999 01 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Black Studies 



TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


THESIS SEMINAR 


CHILES 


THESIS SEMINAR 


KIRSCHNER 


BIOLOGY DEPT SEMINAR 1 


PETRI 


INTERIM STUDY 


PETRI 


DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 


PETRI 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


PETRI 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T3 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



0293 BK104 
" CULTURAL 

6472 BK106 
" CULTURAL 

6473 BK120 
" CULTURAL 

6474 BK120 
" CULTURAL 

6475 BK151 
" CULTURAL 

6658 BK234 

6659 BK242 

6660 BK253 

6661 BK257 
" CULTURAL 



01 3 CORE 
DIVERSITY 

01 3 ONE 
DIVERSITY 

01 3 CORE 
DIVERSITY 

02 3 CORE 
DIVERSITY 

01 3 CORE 
DIVERSITY 

01 3 ONE 

01 3 THREE 

01 3 ONE 

01 3 ONE 
DIVERSITY 



AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY I MILLER 

INTRO TO AFRO-AMERICN LIT SCOTT 

RELIGION IN AFRICA LUGIRA 

RELIGION IN AFRICA LUGIRA 

RACE RELATIONS LEVENTMAN 

BLACKS/ELECTRONIC MEDIA WATSON 

BLACK WOMEN/FEMINISM FREYDBERG 

EYES ON PRIZE:BLK RGTS EVANS 

COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA RESTALL 



0847 BK266 01 



THREE RHYTHM & BLUES IN AMERICA WALTERS 



0848 BK268 01 3 ONE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



6227 BK283 01 
0851 BK290 01 
9035 BK299 02 



CORE 

ONE 

ONE 



9036 BK299 03 3 ONE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



HIST AND DEVEL OF RACISM 

BLACKS IN BOSTON 
GOSPEL WORKSHOP 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 



9037 BK299 04 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9038 BK299 05 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9039 BK299 06 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1228 BK365 01 3 



1229 BK373 01 3 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



THREE U S FOREIGN POL/S AFRICA 
THREE SLAVE SOC IN CARIB&LAT AM 



2087 BK410 01 3 THREE AFRO-AMER WRITERS 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



1230 BK493 01 3 THREE RACISM, OPPRESS&CULT DIVER 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7417 BK493 02 3 THREE RACISM, OPPRESS&CULT DIVER 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7418 BK493 03 3 ONE RACISM, OPPRESS&CULT DIVER 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7420 BK592 01 3 TWO BLACK STUDIES:MIN STUDIES 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7421 BK799 01 
2255 BK799 02 

Chemistry 



3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 



SELDON 

SANDIFORD 
WALTERS 

EVANS 
WALTERS 

SANDIFORD 

TAYLOR 

WOODARD 

WOODARD 
TAYLOR 

BLACKWELL 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

TAYLOR 

TAYLOR 
MILLER 



8116 CH105 01 3 CORE CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY I 



0294 CHI 09 01 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE 

0295 CHI 09 02 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6477 CH109 03 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6479 CH1 11 01 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6663 CH1 11 02 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6664 CH1 11 03 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

0852 CH1 11 04 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

0853 CH1 11 05 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE 

0854 CH1 11 06 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

9040 CH111 07 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

9041 CH1 11 08 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

9042 CH1 11 09 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1231 CH111 10 1 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 



GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 
CH1 11 ALSO 



GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 
CH1 11 ALSO 



GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 
CH1 11 ALSO 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CHI 09 ALSO 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CH109ALS0 



GENERAL CHEM LAB I 
CHI 09 ALSO 



6480 CH113 01 CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 



6481 CH1 13 02 

6482 CH1 13 03 

6665 CH1 13 04 

6666 CH1 13 05 

0855 CH1 13 06 

0856 CH1 13 07 

0857 CH1 13 08 

9043 CH1 13 09 

9044 CH1 13 10 
1234 CH113 11 



CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION I 



UMANS 
PAN 

SARDELLA 

MULLER 

PAN 

CLARKE 

PAN 

KANTROWITZ 

PAN 

SARDELLA 

MOHANTY 

PASTRA-LANDIS 

PASTRA-LANDIS 

MULLER 

PAN 

PAN 

PAN 

PAN 

PAN 

SARDELLA 

SARDELLA 

SARDELLA 

SARDELLA 

SARDELLA 

SARDELLA 



MWF11 


T 5-7 30 


T TH 1 30 


TTH3* 


TTH3* 


TH3-5 


M 3-5 30 


W 4 30-7 


MWF12 


T4 30* 


TH 4 30' 



T 3-5 30 

W 4 30-7 
TTH6 30-8 30 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T6-9 
MW3* 

TTH12* 

W2-4 

TH2-4 

F 10-12 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF1 
MWF9 

MWF11 

TTH9* 

M2-5 

T 8 45-11 45 

T 1 30-4 30 

W2-5 

TH 8 45-11 45 

TH1-4 

F2-5 

T 5 30-8 30 

TH 5 30-8 30 

M6-9 

M12 

•FORCH10901 ONLY* 

M5 

*FORCH10901 ONLY* 

T3 

•FORCH10901 ONLY* 

T4 

•FORCH10901 ONLY* 

TH3 

*FORCH10901 ONLY* 

F12 

•FOR CH10902 ONLY* 

T5 

*FOR CHI 0902 ONLY* 

T6 

•FOR CH10902 ONLY* 

W3 

*FOR CHI 0902 ONLY* 

W4 

*FOR CHI 0902 ONLY* 

TH5 

*FOR CHI 0902 ONLY* 



22 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



INSTRUCTOR 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



1235 CH113 12 CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION 



1236 CH113 13 CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION 



7427 CH1 13 14 CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION 



5052 CH113 15 CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION 



9603 CH113 16 CORE GEN CHEM DISCUSSION 



7428 CH1 17 01 3 CORE PRIN MODERN CHEMISTRY I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH1 19 ALSO 



7429 CH119 01 1 CORE MODERN CHEMISTRY LAB I 
"REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH1 17 ALSO 



7622 CH1 19 02 1 CORE MODERN CHEMISTRY LAB I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH1 17 ALSO 



7623 CH119 03 1 CORE MODERN CHEMISTRY LAB I 
"REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH117 ALSO 



CORE 
3 ONE 



MODERN CHEM DISCUSSION I 

LIFE SCIENCE CHEMISTRY 
/ REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CHI 63 



1 ONE LIFE SCIENCE CHEM LAB 

CO-REQUISITE CH161 ALSO 



3 ONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 

CO-REQUISITE CH233 ALSO 



ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I 



1821 CH121 

8122 CH161 
*• FOR SON ONLY 

6229 CHI 63 
"REGISTER FOR 

6485 CH231 
" REGISTER FOR 

6668 CH233 

" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH231 ALSO 

0858 CH233 02 1 ONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH231 ALSO 

0859 CH233 03 1 ONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH231 ALSO 

9045 CH233 04 1 ONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH231 ALSO 

9046 CH233 05 1 ONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH231 ALSO 

1237 CH233 06 1 ONE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I 

" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH231 ALSO 



9048 CH235 01 ONE 



ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

ORG CHEM DISCUSSION I 

HONORS ORGANIC CHEM I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH233 ALSO 

0003 CH245 01 ONE HON ORGANIC CHEM DISCUSSI 

0004 CH245 02 ONE HON ORGANIC CHEM DISCUSSI 

2201 CH351 01 4 ONE ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH353 ALSO 

2202 CH353 01 ONE ANALYTICAL CHEM LAB 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH351 ALSO 

2203 CH353 02 ONE ANALYTICAL CHEM LAB 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH351 ALSO 

2204 CH353 03 ONE ANALYTICAL CHEM LAB 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CH351 ALSO 



9049 


CH235 


02 





ONE 


1239 


CH235 


03 





ONE 


7433 


CH235 


04 





ONE 


7434 


CH235 


05 





ONE 


7435 


CH235 


06 





ONE 


7627 


CH235 


07 





ONE 


7628 


CH235 


08 





ONE 


1825 


CH235 


09 





ONE 


1826 


CH235 


10 





ONE 


0002 


CH241 


01 


3 


ONE 



8406 CH355 01 

8407 CH355 02 



8609 CH391 01 3 TWO 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



TWO ANALYT CHEM DISCUSSION 
TWO ANALYT CHEM DISCUSSION 
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 



8610 CH391 02 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8611 CH391 03 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8612 CH391 04 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8613 CH391 05 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2816 CH391 06 3 TWO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2817 CH399 



6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2818 CH520 01 3 THREE PRIN/INQRGANIC CHEMISTRY 

2819 CH537 01 3 THREE MECHANISTIC ORGANIC CHEM 

2820 CH555 01 3 THREE ADVCHEMLABI 

2821 CH555 02 3 THREE ADVCHEMLABI 
1027 CH561 01 3 THREE BIOCHEMISTRY I 

6234 CH567 01 3 THREE PROTEIN STRUCT/FUNCTION 

2149 CH570 01 3 THREE INTRO/BIOL MEMBRANES 

1029 CH575 01 3 TWO PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I 

1030 CH582 01 3 THREE ADV TOPICS/BIOCHEMISTRY 
3237 CH591 01 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH I 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3238 CH591 02 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3239 CH591 03 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9449 CH591 04 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9450 CH591 05 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9451 CH591 06 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9452 CH591 07 3 TWO INTRO TO CHEM RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9453 CH593 01 3 TWO INTRO/BIOCHEM RESRCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9664 CH593 02 3 TWO INTRO/BIOCHEM RESRCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9665 CH593 03 3 TWO INTRO/BIOCHEM RESRCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9666 CH593 04 3 TWO INTRO/BIOCHEM RESRCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2029 CH635 01 



GRAD TOPICS/ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 



MULLER 
MULLER 
MULLER 
MULLER 
MULLER 
FOURKAS 
MULLER 
FOURKAS 
MULLER 

FOURKAS 

UMANS/TEETER 
ALSO 

UMANS/TEETER 

KELLY 

SNAPPER 

ROBERTS 

HOVEYDA 

TEETER 

MILLER 

PASTRA-LANDIS 

KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
KELLY 
HOVEYDA/SNAPPER 

HOVEYDA 
HOVEYDA 
BILLO 

BILLO 

BILLO 

BILLO 

BILLO 
BILLO 
CLARKE 

MC LAUGHLIN 

TEETER 

FOURKAS 

SCOTT 

HOVEYDA 

DAVIDOVITS 

CLARKE 

MILLER 

MC FADDEN 

MC FADDEN 

KANTROWITZ 

TEETER 

ROBERTS 

MOHANTY 

MC LAUGHLIN 

BILLO 

CLARKE 

FOURKAS 

MC LAUGHLIN 

SCOTT 

TEETER 

MILLER 

MC LAUGHLIN 

ROBERTS 

TEETER 

KANTROWITZ 

HOVEYDA/SNAPPER 



W12 

•FOR CH10903 ONLY* 

M3 

•FOR CHI 0903 ONLY* 

M4 

•FOR CHI 0903 QNLY^ 

W5 

•FOR CHI 0903 ON LY^ 

TH6 

•FOR CHI 0903 ON LY^ 

MWF11 
M2-5 
W2-5 
M6-9 

W7 

TTH10 30^ 

W 8 45-11 45 

MWF10 

M1-5 

T12-4 

W1-5 

TH 12-4 

F1-5 

T5-9 

M4 

MS 

M6 

M7 

T5 

T6 

W4 

W5 

TH6 

TH7 

TTH10 30^ 

M6 
T7 

MWF9 

M1-5 

T1-5 

W1-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF10 

MWF9 

TTH12-4 

WF12-4 

TTH9^ 

TTH12^ 

MWF12 

TTH10 30^ 

TTH9* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH12^ 



3882 CH799 01 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3883 CH799 02 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3884 CH799 03 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3885 CH799 04 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3886 CH799 05 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3887 CH800 01 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0005 CH800 02 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0006 CH800 03 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0007 CH800 04 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0008 CH800 05 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0009 CH800 06 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2207 CH800 07 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2208 CH800 08 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2209 CH801 01 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2210 CH802 01 GRAD THESIS DIRECTION 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2211 CH805 01 1 GRAD DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



8408 CH821 01 

8409 CH831 01 



3 GRAD INORGANIC CHEM SEMINAR I 
3 GRAD ORGANIC CHEM SEMINAR I 



8410 CH861 01 3 GRAD BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8411 CH871 01 3 GRAD PHYS CHEM SEMINAR I 
•• MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8412 CH871 02 3 GRAD PHYS CHEM SEMINAR I 
" MASTERS.DQCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



8614 CH888 01 GRAD 
•• MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

8615 CH997 01 GRAD 
•• MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

8616 CH998 01 GRAD 
•* DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8617 CH999 01 GRAD 
•• DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Classical Studies 



INTERIM STUDY 



INTERIM STUDY 



DOCTORAL CQMPREHENSIVES 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



ARMSTRONG 

HOVEYDA 

SCOTT 

SNAPPER 

DEPT 

ARMSTRONG 

CLARKE 

HOVEYDA 

MC LAUGHLIN 

ROBERTS 

SCOTT 

SNAPPER 

DEPT 

DEPT 

CLARKE 

MOHANTY 

CLARKE 

SCOTT 

MC LAUGHLIN 

MC FADDEN 

MOHANTY 

DEPT 

DAVIDOVITS 

DAVIDOVITS 

DEPT 



2539 CL010 02 

2823 CL010 03 

2824 CL020 01 

1031 CL052 01 

1032 CL056 01 

1033 CL056 02 
5688 CL070 01 
2009 CL186 01 

9454 CL217 01 

9455 CL230 01 

9456 CL240 01 
3776 CL312 01 

9457 CL323 01 
2501 CL327 01 
1927 CL355 01 
1528 CL358 01 

9671 CL390 01 
8273 CL391 01 

9672 CL790 01 



ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

THREE 

ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

THREE 

THREE 

THREE 

THREE 

THREE 

TWO 

ONE 

GRAD 



3888 CL888 01 GRAD 
•* MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

Communication 



ELEMENTARY LATIN I 
ELEMENTARY LATIN I 
ELEMEN ANCIENT GREEK I 
INTERMED ANCIENT GREEK I 
INTERMEDIATE LATIN I 
INTERMEDIATE LATIN I 
INTERMED MODERN GREEK I 
GREEK CIVILIZATION 
HQMER.VIRGIL AND BEYOND 
CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY 
GREEK PHILOSOPHY 
LATIN LOVE POETRY 
SEM:GREEK PATROLOGY 
ARCHAIC GREEK POETRY 
SOPHOCLES: THEBAN PLAYS 
PETRONIUS 

READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
READINGS AND RESEARCH II 
READINGS AND RESEARCH I 
INTERIM STUDY 



KAKAVAS 

O'KEEFFE 

SHEA 

GILL 

SHEA 

KAKAVAS 

KAKAVAS 

GILL 

AHERN 

MC DQNOUGH 

MADIGAN 

BUSHALA 

SCHATKIN 

AHERN 

GILL 

MC DQNOUGH 

GILL/PHILIPPIDES/A 

AHERN 

GILL 

GILL 



3890 C0010 01 3 ONE RHETORICAL TRADITION JEFFERSON 

3891 C0010 02 3 ONE RHETORICAL TRADITION JEFFERSON 

3892 C0010 03 3 ONE RHETORICAL TRADITION PICKLESIMER 

0010 C0010 04 3 ONE RHETORICAL TRADITION ROSENTHAL 

0011 C0020 01 3 ONE SURVEY/MASS COMMUNICATION FISHMAN 
3925 C0020 02 3 ONE SURVEY/MASS COMMUNICATION FURSICH 

0012 C0020 03 3 ONE SURVEY/MASS COMMUNICATION FURSICH 

0013 C0020 04 3 ONE SURVEY/MASS COMMUNICATION KERSTEN 

2213 C0030 01 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING LINDMARK 

2214 C0030 02 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING WOOLSEY 

8413 C0030 03 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING ROSENTHAL 

8414 C0030 04 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING PICKLESIMER 

8415 C0030 05 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING KINNANE 

8416 C0030 06 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING WOOLSEY 

8618 C0030 07 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING KINNANE 

8619 C0030 08 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING PICKLESIMER 

8620 C0030 09 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING LINDMARK 

8621 C0030 10 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING ROSENTHAL 

2825 C0030 11 3 ONE PUBLIC SPEAKING DEPT. 

2826 C0104 01 3 TWO INTERPERS COMMUNICATION PICKLESIMER 

2827 C0105 01 3 ONE ELEMENTS OF DEBATE DEPT 

1034 C0107 01 3 TWO VOICE & ARTICULATION MILLER 

1035 C0107 02 3 TWO VOICE & ARTICULATION MILLER 
1037 C0120 01 3 TWO BLACKS/ELECTRONIC MEDIA WATSON 

3244 C0220 01 3 TWO RADIO OPERATIQNS&PRODUC KEITH 

3245 C0222 01 3 TWO STUDIO TV PRODUCTION REYNOLDS 

3246 C0222 02 3 TWO STUDIO TV PRODUCTION STANWOOD 



BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH3-6 

M3-5 
W3-6 
T4-6 

F3-6 

TH3-6 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF10 
MWF11 
MWF2 
TTH10 30* 
MWF9 
MWF1 
MWF12 
MWF12 
TTH1 30^ 
TTH10 30* 
MWF1 
TTH10 30^ 
M2-4 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



TTH10 30^ 

TTH12* 

TTH3^ 

TTH12^ 

MW3^ 

MWF11 

MWF1 

TTH12^ 

TTH1 30^ 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30^ 

TTH10 30* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH1 30^ 

TTH12* 

TTH3^ 

TTH9^ 

TTH9^ 

W 3-5 30 

MW3^ 

TTH9^ 

TTH10 30^ 

TH3-5 

MW11 

W 6 30-9 30 

T10-1 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



23 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



9459 


C0222 


03 


3 


TWO 


STUDIO TV PRODUCTION 


LARICK 


9460 


C0223 


01 


3 


TWO 


TV FIELD PRODUCTION 


CORKUM 


9461 


C0223 


02 


3 


TWO 


TV FIELD PRODUCTION 


STANWOOD 


2801 00224 01 3 ONE DIGITAL NONLINEAR EDITING 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


BUSH 


9673 


C0227 


01 


3 


TWO 


BROADCAST WRITING 


DUNFORD 


9674 


C0227 


02 


3 


TWO 


BROADCAST WRITING 


DELANEY 


9675 


C0227 


03 


3 


TWO 


BROADCAST WRITING 


BERGANTINO 


9676 


CO230 


01 


3 


TWO 


NEWS WRITING 


GOSS 


3893 


CO230 


02 


3 


TWO 


NEWS WRITING 


GOSS 


3894 


C0231 


01 


3 


TWO 


FEATURE WRITING 


GOSS 


9597 


C0231 


02 


3 


TWO 


FEATURE WRITING 


BYRNE 


3895 


C0235 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO ADVERTISING 


WOLOSCHUK 


0015 


C0235 


03 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO ADVERTISING 


WOLOSCHUK 


0016 


CO240 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS 


DELANEY 


2215 


CO240 


02 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS 


MC KINNEY 


1841 


CO240 


03 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS 


MC KINNEY 


2217 


CO240 


05 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS 


TIERNEY 


8622 


CO280 


01 


3 


ONE 


BROADCAST PROGR&PROMOTION 


DUNFORD 


5776 00298 01 3 ONE WORLD WIDE WEB 
** FOR COMMUNICATION MAJORS ONLY 


KIM 


8623 


C0372 


01 


3 


TWO 


MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY 


MATELSKI 


8624 


C0372 


02 


3 


TWO 


MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY 


KIM 


2828 


C0372 


03 


3 


TWO 


MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY 


KIM 


2829 


C0375 


01 


3 


TWO 


ARGUMENTATION THEORY 


HERBECK 


2830 


C0377 


01 


3 


TWO 


VISUAL COMMUNIC THEORY 


BARRY 


8963 


C0377 


02 


3 


TWO 


VISUAL COMMUNIC THEORY 


BARRY 


1039 


C0425 


01 


3 


TWO 


BROADCAST CENTURY ISSUES 


KEITH 


1040 


C0425 


02 


3 


TWO 


BROADCAST CENTURY ISSUES 


KEITH 


3247 C0442 01 3 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


TWO 


INTERCULTURAL COMMON 


MATELSKI 


9720 C0442 03 3 
"CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


TWO 


INTERCULTURAL COMMON 


MATELSKI 


3249 


C0443 


01 


3 


TWO 


ETHICAL CONSID/MASS MEDIA 


KERSTEN 


9462 


C0445 


01 


3 


TWO 


SEMfREEDOM OF EXPRESSION 


HERBECK 


9463 


C0447 


01 


3 


TWO 


COMMUNICATION CRITICISM 


JEFFERSON 


7722 


C0448 


01 


3 


TWO 


TELEVISION CRITICISM 


DEPT 


8237 


C0449 


01 


3 


ONE 


CRISIS COMMUNICATION 


FISHMAN 


9677 


C0470 


01 


3 


TWO 


CAPSTONE:CONFLCT/DEC/COMM 


BARRY 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9678 C0500 01 1 TWO DEBATE PRACTICUM 

3770 CO501 01 1 TWO COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP 

9679 CO520 01 3 TWO MEDIA WORKSHOP I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3896 C0591 01 3 TWO HONORS PROG-COMMUNICATION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3897 C0597 01 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3898 C0597 02 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0017 C0597 03 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0018 C0597 04 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0019 C0597 05 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2218 C0597 06 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2219 C0597 07 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2220 C0597 08 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8419 C0597 09 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8420 C0597 10 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7396 C0597 11 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8625 C0598 01 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8626 C0598 02 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8627 C0598 03 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2831 C0598 04 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2832 C0598 05 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1041 C0598 06 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1042 C0598 07 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1043 C0598 08 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3250 C0598 09 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3251 C0598 10 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2979 C0598 11 3 TWO TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3252 C0599 01 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9465 C0599 02 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



KATSULAS 

KEITH 

KEITH 

FISHMAN 

BARRY 

CUKLANZ 

FISHMAN 

HERBECK 

JEFFERSON 

KEITH 

KERSTEN 

KIM 

MATELSKI 

PICKLESIMER 

FURSICH 

BARRY 

CUKLANZ 

FISHMAN 

HERBECK 

JEFFERSON 

KEITH 

KERSTEN 

KIM 

MATELSKI 

PICKLESIMER 

FURSICH 

FISHMAN 

HERBECK 



Economics 



0548 EC130 01 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS DEPT 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0549 EC130 02 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS DEPT 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0550 EC130 03 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS DEPT 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0551 EC130 04 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS DEPT 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



M12-3 
M 4 30-7 30 
TH3-6 
W7-10 

W 7-9 30 

M 4 30-7 

T 7-9 30 

T 3-5 30 

TH 3-5 30 

TH 5 30-8 

T TH 1 30* 

MWF1 

MWF12 

M 7-9 30 

M 3-5 30 

M 5 30-8 

TTH9* 

W 4-6 30 

M3* 
W3* 

IML 

MW4 30* 

MWF11 

MWF1 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH1 30* 

MWF1 

MWF3 

MW3* 

TH 3-5 30 

TTH1 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH3' 

MW3* 

W 7-9 30 

TTH12* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



M11 
M11 
W11 
W11 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



0769 EC130 05 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0770 EC130 06 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0771 EC130 07 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0772 EC130 08 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0773 EC130 09 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0774 EC130 10 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4996 EC130 11 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4997 EC130 12 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4998 EC130 13 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4999 EC130 14 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5000 EC130 15 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6724 EC130 16 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5001 EC130 17 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1556 EC130 18 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5002 EC130 19 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5003 EC130 20 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3225 EC130 21 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3226 EC130 22 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3227 EC130 23 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3228 EC130 24 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3229 EC130 25 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3230 EC130 26 CORE DISC GRP/MICROECONOMICS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3231 EC131 
5456 EC131 



5457 EC131 03 



5458 EC131 

5459 EC131 

5460 EC131 

5461 EC131 

1689 EC131 

1690 EC131 

1691 EC131 

1692 EC131 

1693 EC131 

6161 EC131 

6162 EC131 

6163 EC131 

6164 EC131 

6165 EC131 

2105 EC131 

2106 EC131 
3937 EC131 

2107 EC132 



2108 EC132 02 



0554 EC151 

0555 EC151 

0775 EC151 

0776 EC151 



0777 EC151 05 



0778 EC151 

0779 EC151 

5004 EC151 

5005 EC151 

5006 EC151 

5007 EC151 
3234 EC157 



7055 EC199 01 1 ONE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



01 
02 
03 
04 



3235 EC201 

5462 EC201 

5463 EC201 

5464 EC201 

5465 EC201 05 

1694 EC202 01 

1695 EC202 02 
6757 EC202 03 

1696 EC203 01 

1697 EC228 01 
5480 EC230 01 
2258 EC233 01 
1924 EC268 01 



1925 EC276 01 3 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

8304 EC292 01 



1926 EC299 01 3 TWO 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON I/MICRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON ll/MACRO 

CORE PRINCIPLES/ECON ll/MACRO 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS 

TWO STATISTICS-HONORS 

ECONOMICS INTERNSHIP 
Y 

TWO MICROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MICROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MICROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MICROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MICROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MACROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MACROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MACROECONOMIC THEORY 

TWO MICROECONOMIC THEORY-HON 

TWO ECONOMETRIC METHODS 

TWO INDUSTRIAL&SOCIAL POLICY 

TWO HIS OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT 

TWO ECONOMICS OF GENDER&RACE 

TWO POL ECON OF DEV NATIONS 

TWO ECONOMICS OF IMMIGRATION 
INDEPENDENT STUDY 



928 EC311 


01 


3 


TWO 


MATH FOR ECONOMISTS 


930 EC338 


01 


3 


TWO 


LAW AND ECONOMICS 


931 EC340 


01 


3 


TWO 


LABOR ECONOMICS 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 



DEPT 

DEPT 

TRESCH 

PETERSEN 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

MC GOWAN 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

PETERSEN 

MC LAUGHLIN 

SCHNEIDER 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

KAZEMI 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

NG 

MC GOWAN 

MC LAUGHLIN 

MUURINEN 

MARCOUILLER 

BUTCHER 
MC LAUGHLIN 

BAI 

DATES 

MC LAUGHLIN 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



F11 



M12 



W12 



F12 



M2 



M2 

MS 

W2 

W2 

T9 

T12 

T12 

T11 

T9 

T3 

T2 

TH9 

MW3* 

TTH1 30* 

MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF1 

MWF2 

MWF2 

MWF3 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

TTH3* 

MWF1 

MWF2 

TTH10 30* 

MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF2 

TTH9* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

TTH9* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF11 

MWF1 

TTH9* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

MW3* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

W 4 30-7 

MWF9 

MWF12 

TTH12* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH1 30* 

W3-5 

MWF11 



24 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



2090 


EC344 


01 


3 


TWO 


POVERTY « DISCRIMINATION 


GOTTSCHALK 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 








5632 


EC353 


01 


3 


TWO 


IND ORG/COMPET/ANTITRUST 


GOLLOP 


6168 


EC360 


01 


3 


TWO 


EC OF FIN INTERMEDIATION 


PEEK 


6169 


EC361 


01 


3 


TWO 


MONETARY THEORY & POLICY 


IRELAND 


2109 


EC362 


01 


3 


TWO 


FINAN MARKETS\MACROECON 


BAUM 


1024 


EC363 


01 


3 


TWO 


MICRO PUB POLICY ISSUES 


OUINN 


6699 


EC364 


01 


3 


TWO 


MONETARY & FISCAL POLICY 


MUNNELL 


** FOR ECONOMICS MAJORS ONLY 






2110 


EC365 


01 


3 


TWO 


PUBLIC FINANCE 


SCHNEIDER 


2111 


EC371 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTERNATIONAL TRADE 


ANDERSON 


7156 


EC372 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 


KAZEMI 


6683 


EC394 


01 


3 


TWO 


URBAN ECONOMICS 


ARNOn 


4333 


EC396 


01 


3 


TWO 


THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE 


DEESE 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




4334 


EC497 


01 


3 


TWO 


SENIOR THESIS RESEARCH 


DEPT 


4335 


EC601 


01 


3 


TWO 


SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


MC LAUGHLIN 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

TTH9* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH9* 

MWF1 

MW3* 

TTH3* 

TTH9* 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0556 EC725 01 3 GRAD INTRO TO MATH FOR ECON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0557 


EC730 01 


6 


GRAD 


MATH FOR ECON 


0558 


EC735 01 


3 


GRAD 


MATH FOR ECON (ACC) 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


0559 


EC740 01 


3 


GRAD 


MICRO THEORY 1 


0780 


EC750 01 


3 


GRAD 


MACRO THEORY 1 


0781 


EC755 01 


3 


GRAD 


ECON THEORY 1 



*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 
0782 EC761 01 3 GRAD 



5008 EC799 01 3 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5009 


EC803 


01 


3 


GRAD 


5010 


EC827 


01 


3 


GRAD 


3256 


EC861 


01 


3 


GRAD 


3616 


EC865 


01 


3 


GRAD 


5466 


EC871 


01 


3 


GRAD 


2403 


EC886 


01 


3 


GRAD 



5467 EC888 01 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



9563 EC900 01 
2945 EC901 01 



GRAD 
GRAD 



1699 EC998 01 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1700 EC999 01 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Education 



ECONOMETRICS II 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 

ADV MACROECONOMIC THEORY 
ECONOMETRIC THEORY I 
MONETARY THEORY I 
PUBLIC SECTOR ECON I 
INTERNATIONAL TRADE 
CURRENT TOPICS/LABOR ECO 
INTERIM STUDY 

THIRD YR THESIS WORKSHOP 
FOURTH YR THESIS WORKSHOP 
DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



KRAUS 

BAI/DEPT/KRAUS 
KRAUS 

KRAUS/DEPT 

SCHIANTARELLI/DEPT 

KRAUS 

BAUM 
KRAUS 

SPOLAORE 

BELSLEY 

NG 

TRESCH 

ANDERSON 

BUTCHER 

KRAUS 

DEPT 
DEPT 
KRAUS 

KRAUS 



1701 ED039 01 



LEARN&CURR IN ELEM SCHOOL DEPT 



1702 ED039 02 3 TWO LEARN&CURR IN ELEM SCHOOL DEPT 



1932 


ED044 


01 


3 


TWO 


1933 


ED044 


02 


3 


TWO 


1934 


ED044 


03 


3 


TWO 


1935 


ED060 


01 


3 


TWO 


6170 


ED060 


02 


3 


TWO 



WORKING WITH SPEC STUDENT 

WORKING WITH SPEC STUDENT 

WORKING WITH SPEC STUDENT 

CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT 

CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6171 ED060 03 3 TWO CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT 

6172 ED100 01 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2113 EDI 00 02 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2114 ED100 03 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2115 ED100 04 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4336 EDI 00 05 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4337 EDI 00 06 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0560 EDI 00 07 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0561 EDI 00 08 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0562 EDI 00 09 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0783 EDI 00 10 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0784 EDI 00 11 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5011 EDI 00 12 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5012 ED100 13 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5013 ED100 14 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3257 EDI 00 15 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3258 ED100 16 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5468 ED100 17 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1703 ED100 18 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1704 ED100 19 1 TWO PROF DEV SEM/FRESHMEN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1705 ED101 01 
4386 EDI 01 02 

1936 ED105 01 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

1937 EDI 05 02 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

1938 ED108 01 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

6173 ED108 02 
** FOR SOE ONLY 



3 TWO READING/LANGUAGE ARTS 

3 TWO READING/LANGUAGE ARTS 

3 TWO TCHNG SOC SCIENCE&ARTS 

3 TWO TCHNG SOC SCIENCE&ARTS 

3 TWO TCHNG MATHEMATICS&TECH 

3 TWO TCHNG MATHEMATICS&TECH 



JACKSON 

PECK 

SCANLON 

AIRASIAN 

AIRASIAN 

PEDULLA 
CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

CAWTHORNE 

DEPT 

SAVAGE 

SMITH 

SMITH 

SCHIRO 

DEPT 



MWF10 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

MWF1 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH12* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TW THE 10 30' 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH12* 

WF9* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

WF10 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

WF1 30* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH3* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MW3* 
MW3* 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MW3* 
T 8-3 30 

M W 4 30* 
TH 8-3 30 

TTH12* 

MWF10 

MWF12 

TTH12* 

W 4 30-7 

T 4 30-7 
T3* 

T3* 

T3* 

T3* 

T3* 

T3* 

T3* 

TH3* 

TH3* 

TH3* 

TH3* 

TH3* 

TH3* 

TH3* 

TH7-8 

TH7-8 

TH7-8 

TH7-8 

TH7-8 

MW8 30* 
MW3* 
MW8 30* 

MW4 30* 

MW8 30* 

MW3* 



6174 ED109 01 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

6175 ED109 02 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

2116 ED115 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

2117 ED117 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

2118 ED128 
2064 EDI 40 

4339 EDI 51 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

4340 EDI 98 



DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0563 EDI 99 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 TWO TEACH ABOUT NATURAL WORLD 

3 TWO TEACH ABOUT NATURAL WORLD 

3 TWO CURR & MODELS/EARLY EDUC 

3 TWO LANG&BEGIN LANG ARTS 

3 ONE COMPUTER APPL7EDUCAT0RS 

3 TWO CHILDREN'S LITERATURE I 

1 TWO EAR,EL&SP NEEDS PREPRAC 

3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 



3 TWO INDEPENDENT STUDY/EDUC 



0564 ED201 
9667 ED201 02 

0785 ED211 

0786 ED231 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

0787 ED232 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

5014 ED233 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

5015 ED234 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

5016 ED235 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

3259 ED250 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

5469 ED251 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

5470 ED253 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

5471 ED254 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

1706 ED255 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

1707 ED256 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

1708 ED258 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

1941 ED264 
•* FOR SOE ONLY 

6176 ED266 
** FOR SOE ONLY 

6178 ED269 
"FOR SOE ONLY 

6179 ED274 

2119 ED275 

2120 ED275 02 

4341 ED277 

4342 ED279 

0565 ED286 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 TWO CLASSRM MGMTSPEC NEEDS 

3 TWO CLASSRM MGMTSPEC NEEDS 

3 TWO SEC CURRICULUM&INSTRUCT 

3 TWO SENIOR SEM IN EARLY CHILD 

/ REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE ED264 

3 TWO SENIOR SEM IN ELEM ED 

3 TWO SENIOR SEM IN SEC ED 

3 TWO SENIOR SEM/ELEM&SPEC NEED 

3 TWO SR SEM ELEM&INTEN SP NEED 



ELEMENTARY PRACTICUM 



12 TWO SECONDARY PRACTICUM 



ELEM&MOD SPEC NEEDS PRAC 



12 TWO BILINGUAL PRACTICUM 



SEM:NATION/INTERNAT PROG 



9 TWO SECOND PRAC A&S STUDENTS 



SECONDARY PREPRACTICUM 



12 TWO EARLY CHILDHD PRACTICUM 

/ REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE ED231 

12 TWO INTENS SPEC NEEDS/EL PRAC 



0566 ED290 

0567 ED298 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0788 ED300 

0789 ED301 

0790 ED302 
1286 ED302 02 

5017 ED303 

5018 ED304 
3260 ED347 



3 ONE EXTENDED PRACTICUM 

3 ONE ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS 

3 ONE HUMAN SEXUALITY 

3 ONE HUMAN SEXUALITY 

3 ONE NUTRITN/PHYS FIT/WGT CONT 

3 ONE HOLISTIC LIVING 

3 ONE HONORS THESIS I 
Y 

3 ONE NUMBER THEORY/TEACHERS 

3 ONE HON SEM LPHILOS/EDUC 
MISSION ONLY 

3 THREE SEC/MID SCH SCIENCE METH 

3 THREE SEC/MID SCH HISTORY METH 

3 THREE SEC/MIDDLE SCH ENGL METH 

3 THREE SEC/MIDDLE SCH ENGL METH 

3 THREE SEC/MID SCH LANG METHODS 

3 THREE SEC/MID SCH MATH METHODS 

3 THREE HONORS THESIS II 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



THREE 
ONE 



THREE 
THREE 
THREE 
THREE 



SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION 
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE 
THREE MGMT/BEHAV/SEV SPEC NEEDS 
THREE FUNC IMPL7VISI0N PATHOL 
INTRO TO SIGN LANG&DEAF 
INTRO TO SIGN LANG&DEAF 
INTRO TO SIGN LANG&DEAF 
INTRO TO SIGN LANG&DEAF 



3261 ED349 

5472 ED363 

5473 ED374 

1709 ED380 

1710 ED386 

1711 ED386 02 

1942 ED386 03 

1943 ED386 04 

1944 ED389 01 

5296 ED397 01 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6180 ED398 01 3 THREE FAMILIES/HUMAN SERV AGEN 

6181 ED407 01 3 GRAD SEC CURRIC/INSTRUCTION 

6182 ED413 01 3 GRAD EARLY CHILD/MODELS/ISSUES 

4400 ED419 01 3 GRAD EAR CHILDHD ADV PROV PRAC 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 

4401 ED420 01 3 GRAD ELEM AD PROVISIONAL PRAC 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 



THREE STUDNTS LOW INCID HANOI 
THREE INDEP STUDYflFTH YEAR 



4372 ED421 01 



GRAD THEORIES OF INSTRUCTION 



4402 ED422 01 3 GRAD TCHR ED ADV PROV INTRN 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 



4404 ED428 01 3 GRAD SEC ADV PROV PRAC 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 



4405 ED429 01 

6641 ED435 01 

6642 ED436 01 

6643 ED437 01 

6644 ED438 01 

6645 ED438 02 



6646 ED438 08 3 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6647 ED450 

2884 ED460 

2885 ED462 

2886 ED466 

2887 ED468 



1 GRAD GRADUATE PREPRACTICUM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF ED 

3 GRAD CURR THEORIES & PRACTICE 

3 GRAD CLIN SEM-TCHR/RESEARCHER 

3 GRAD INSTRSPNDS DIVERS LRNRS 

3 GRAD INSTRSPNDS DIVERS LRNRS 

INSTRSPNDS DIVERS LRNRS 
Y 

3 GRAD FOUND OF EDUCATIONAL ADM 

3 GRAD INTERP/EVAL7RESEARCH 

3 GRAD ASSESSMENT&TEST CONSTRUC 

3 GRAD MODELS/CURR/PROGRAM EVAL 

3 GRAD INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 



INSTRUCTOR 


BUILDING ROOM TIME 


LADD 


T 4 30-7 


LADD 


F 8-1 45 


BRONSON 


W 4 30-7 


DEPT 


MW12* 


DEPT 


W 4 30-7 


DEPT 




PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


CAWTHORNE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


CAWTHORNE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


Dl MATTIA 


TTH4 30* 


DEPT 


W 4 30-7 


NEISLER 


TH 4 30-7 


ZOLLERS 


T 4 30-6 15 


ALSO 




PINE 


T 4 30-6 15 


ULICHNY 


T 4 30-6 15 


DEPT 


T 4 30-6 15 


ZOLLERS 


T 4 30-6 15 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ALSO 




PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


DEPT 


T 3-5 30 


DEPT 


M 3-5 30 


DEPT 


W3-6 


DEPT 


M W 8 30* 


DEPT 


TH 4 30-7 


CAWTHORNE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


KENNEY 


MWF9 


MARTINEZ 


TH 4 30-6 15 


LADD 


M7-9 


FREEDMAN 


M 4 30-7 


DEPT 


M 4 30-6 30 


DEPT 


M 6 30-8 30 


DEPT 


M 4 30-6 30 


ALBERT 


M 6 30-9 


CAWTHORNE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


YOUN 


W 4 30-6 15 


DEPT 


T4 30-6 15 


PECK 


M 4 30-6 15 


JACKSON 


T 4 30-6 15 


DEPT 


W 4 30-6 15 


DEPT 


W 6 30-8 15 


DEPT 


W 4 30-6 15 


DEPT 


W 6 30-8 15 


ZOLLERS 


TH 4 30-6 15 


CAWTHORNE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PECK 


W 4 30-6 15 


DEPT 


T 6 30-8 15 


BRONSON 


M 4 30-6 15 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


DEPT 


TH 6 30-8 15 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PELLETIER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ULICHNY 


W 4 30-6 15 


PINE 


TH 4 30-6 15 


PINE 


T6 30-8 15 


SCANLON 


M 6 30-8 15 


MOONEY 


W 4 30-6 15 


ZOLLERS 


W 4 30-6 15 


BLUMER 


T 6 30-8 15 


DEPT 


TH 4 30-6 15 


PEDULLA 


W 4 30-6 15 


MADAUS 


M 4 30-6 15 


JENSEN 


W 4 30-7 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



25 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



2888 


ED468 


02 


3 


GRAD 


INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 


JENSEN 


3956 


ED468 


05 


3 


GRAD 


INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 


HANEY 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




2889 


ED469 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERMEDIATE STATISTICS 


LUDLOW 


5521 


ED487 


01 


3 


GRAD 


BLINDNESS&VIS IMPAIRMENT 


JACKSON 


2890 


ED491 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DEAF-BLIND ADV PROV PRAC 


PELLETIER 



" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 

2891 ED493 01 1 GRAD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION MOD 



3129 ED504 01 3 GRAD SPEC NEEDS ADV PROV PRAC 
" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


3130 ED505 01 3 GRAD VISION ADV PROV PRAC 
" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


3131 ED520 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TEACHING MATH&TECHNOLOGY 


SCHIRO 


3132 ED520 


02 


3 


GRAD 


TEACHING MATH&TECHNOLOGY 


ALBERT 


3134 ED542 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TEACH READING 8, LANG ARTS 


SAVAGE 


3135 ED542 


02 


3 


GRAD 


TEACH READING & LANG ARTS 


SAVAGE 


5435 ED542 


03 


3 


GRAD 


TEACH READING & LANG ARTS 


DEPT 


3600 ED560 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ISSUES IN TESTING 


BEATON 


5053 ED561 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL/PUBLIC POLICY 


DEPT 


3137 ED577 01 3 GRAD ELEMENTARY INTERNSHIP 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


3138 ED579 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EDUC ASSESS/LRNG PROBS 


MOQNEY 


7376 ED579 


02 


3 


GRAD 


EDUCASSESS/LRNGPROBS 


MOQNEY 


7377 ED592 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FOUND OF LANG &LIT DEVEL 


ULICHNY 


7378 ED593 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTRO/SPEECH/LANG DISORD 


DEPT 


7379 ED595 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ASMN/INSTRUC:READING DIFF 


DEPT 


7380 ED609 01 6 GRAD CLIN EXPER IN EARLY CHILD 
" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


7381 ED610 01 6 GRAD CLINICAL EXPER IN EL EDUC 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


7382 ED612 01 6 GRAD CLIN EXPER IN SECOND ED 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


7383 ED613 01 3 GRAD SEV/INT ADV PROV PRAC 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


5625 ED614 01 6 GRAD CLIN EXPER IN SPEC NEEDS 
*• FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


5626 ED615 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TEACH ACROSS DISCIPLINES 


DEPT 


5627 ED615 


02 


3 


GRAD 


TEACH ACROSS DISCIPLINES 


DEPT 


5628 ED617 


01 


3 


GRAD 


THE PRINCIPALSHIP 


BLUMER 


5629 ED619 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ETHICS AND EQUITY IN ED 


STARRATT 


6615 ED619 05 3 GRAD ETHICS AND EQUITY IN ED 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


STARRATT 


5630 ED628 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COMPUTER APPL7EDUCAT0RS 


DEPT 


8117 ED667 


01 


3 


GRAD 


GENERAL LINEAR MODELS 


LUDLOW/ 


1227 ED671 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TOT QUALITY IN ED SEMINAR 


NUTTALL 


5631 ED685 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DEV DISABILITIES 


HELM 


5633 ED703 01 6 GRAD CLIN EXPERIENCE IN VISION 
" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


7876 ED705 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EDUC LAW&PUBUC POLICY 


PULLIN 


8951 ED705 


02 


3 


GRAD 


EDUC LAW&PUBLIC POLICY 


PULLIN 


2540 ED708 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ISSUES IN HIGHER ED 


MAHONEY 


7879 ED709 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RESEARCH ON TEACHING 


COCHRAN-SMITH 


7882 ED725 01 3 GRAD READING PROVISIONAL PRAC 
" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


7883 ED726 01 6 GRAD CLIN EXPER IN READING 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


9969 ED729 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CONTROVERSIES/CURR & INST 


DEPT 


4132 ED772 


01 


3 


GRAD 


STUDENT AFFAIRS ADMIN 


DEPT 


0884 ED778 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOP 


ARNOLD 


4887 ED778 


02 


3 


GRAD 


COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOP 


ARNOLD 


4133 ED782 01 6 GRAD CL EXP SEV/INT SPEC NEEDS 
" FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


4134 ED783 01 6 GRAD CL EXP DEAF-BLIND/MULTIPL 
** FOR CURRIC/INSTR MAJORS ONLY 


PELLETIER 


4135 ED801 01 3 GRAD CLINICAL EXPER&SEM IN ADM 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


STARRATT 


3556 ED808 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PUBL POLICYPOL&HIGHER ED 


YOUN 


4136 ED829 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DESIGN OF RESEARCH 


HANEY 


4137 ED830 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIR RSCH/RELIG ED 


DEPT 


4388 ED859 01 3 GRAD READ8,RES:CURR&INSTRUC 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


COCHRAN-SMITH 


0821 ED861 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ATTITUDE/OPIN QUESTIONNAI 


NUTTALL 


3376 ED879 


01 


3 


GRAD 


GEN ISSUES IN HIGHER ED 


MARTINEZ 


4391 ED888 


01 





GRAD 


MASTER'S CQMPREHENSIVES 


LYKES 


6405 ED901 


01 





GRAD 


URBAN CATH TEACHERS PROG 


GERVAIS 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4392 ED910 01 3 GRAD READ8,RES:ED RES,MEAS&EVAL 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5642 


ED921 


01 


3 


GRAD 


READ8,RES:HIGHER ED ADMIN 


STARRATT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




8641 


ED936 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DOCTSEM/RELIGED 


REGAN 


8642 


ED975 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP/HIGHER ED 


ARNOLD 


8643 


ED975 


02 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP/HIGHER ED 


YOUN 


0101 


ED982 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DISS SEM:HIGHED&ED ADM 


PULLIN 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




4564 


ED988 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


AIRASIAN 


8645 


ED988 


02 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


ALBERT 


8647 


ED988 


04 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


ALTBACH 


1099 


ED988 


05 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


ARNOLD 


6858 


ED988 


06 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


BEATON 


0820 


ED988 


07 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


BLUMER 


6673 


ED988 


11 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


COCHRAN-SMITH 


2894 


ED988 


13 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


Dl MATTIA 


2895 


ED988 


14 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


FREEDMAN 


3139 


ED988 


15 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


HANEY 


3142 


ED988 


18 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


JACKSON 


7384 


ED988 


19 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


JENSEN 


5635 


ED988 


23 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


LADD 



T 4 30-7 
TH 10-1 

T12-3 

M 4 30-7 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
SEE TIME FOR ED593 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M W 1 30* 

T 6 30-9 

M 4 30-6 15 

W 6 30-8 15 

MW12* 
CAMPION 016 



BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH 4 30-6 15 
TH 6 30-8 15 
TH 4 30-6 15 
T 6 30-8 30 
M 6 30-8 15 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH 4 30-6 15 
TH 6 30-8 15 
W4 30-6 15 
T 6 30-8 15 
TH2-5 

W 4 30-7 

TH 4 30-6 15 

T4 30-6 15 

F8-10 

AT CHILDREN'S HOSP 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 4 30-6 15 

T4 30-6 15 

TH 6 30-8 15 

T 4 30-7 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 4 30-6 15 
M 4 30-6 15 
M 6 30-8 15 
W 4 30-6 15 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T 6 30-8 15 
TH 4 30-6 15 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 4 30-6 15 
TH 4 30-6 15 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W2-4 

W 12-1 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 

7885 ED988 26 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

4393 ED988 28 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

4395 ED988 30 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

8648 ED988 31 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

8649 ED988 32 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
8651 ED988 34 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

4411 ED988 35 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

4412 ED988 36 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

6674 ED988 37 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

6675 ED988 38 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

2896 ED988 39 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

2897 ED988 40 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

3143 ED988 41 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

3144 ED988 42 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

7387 ED988 44 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

7388 ED988 45 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

5638 ED988 47 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

5639 ED988 48 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 

7887 ED998 01 GRAD DOCTORAL CQMPREHENSIVES 

7888 ED999 01 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
4138 ED999 02 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4140 ED999 04 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4141 ED999 05 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4396 ED999 06 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4397 ED999 07 3 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4413 ED999 11 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4415 ED999 13 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

6676 ED999 14 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

2898 ED999 15 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

3146 ED999 18 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

3147 ED999 19 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
5641 ED999 23 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

7889 ED999 26 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4142 ED999 28 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
4399 ED999 30 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4416 ED999 31 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
8654 ED999 32 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4417 ED999 34 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

4418 ED999 35 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

6677 ED999 36 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

2902 ED999 37 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

2903 ED999 38 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

3149 ED999 39 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

3150 ED999 40 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

7392 ED999 41 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

7393 ED999 42 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
5645 ED999 44 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
7891 ED999 45 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
7893 ED999 47 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
4144 ED999 48 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

Education/Psychology 



INSTRUCTOR 

LUDLOW 

MADAUS 

MOQNEY 

NEISLER 

NUTTALL 

O'KEEFE 

PECK 

PEDULLA 

PINE 

POWER 

PULLIN 

SAVAGE 

SCANLON 

SCHIRO 

STARRATT 

ULICHNY 

YOUN 

ZOLLERS 

LYKES 

AIRASIAN 

ALBERT 

ALTBACH 

ARNOLD 

BEATON 

BLUMER 

COCHRAN-SMITH 

Dl MATTIA 

FREEDMAN 

HANEY 

JACKSON 

JENSEN 

LADD 

LUDLOW 

MADAUS 

MOQNEY 

NEISLER 

NUHALL 

O'KEEFE 

PECK 

PEDULLA 

PINE 

POWER 

PULLIN 

SAVAGE 

SCANLON 

SCHIRO 

STARRATT 

ULICHNY 

YOUN 

ZOLLERS 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



7750 PY030 01 3 CORE 



2429 PY030 02 3 CORE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2430 PY030 03 

4791 PY030 04 

4792 PY030 05 
1159 PY030 06 

1518 PY030 07 

1519 PY030 08 
5888 PY030 09 
4279 PY032 01 
2150 PY032 02 

6623 PY041 01 

6624 PY147 01 
3029 PY152 01 



CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

CORE 

ONE 

ONE 

ONE 

TWO 

TWO 



CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 

CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
CHILD GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 
PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING 
PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING 
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEV/LRNG 
PRAC:HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 



** FOR HUMAN DEVLPMT MAJORS ONLY 



RESEARCH METHODS&ANALYSES 
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS 

PERSONALITY THEORIES 
PERSONALITY THEORIES 
COUNSELING THEORIES 



0903 PY216 01 3 ONE 
3375 PY230 01 3 ONE 

7751 PY241 01 3 ONE 
" FOR SOE ONLY 

7752 PY242 01 3 TWO 
1610 PY242 02 3 TWO 

2431 PY243 01 3 TWO 
** FOR HUMAN DEVLPMT MAJORS ONLY 

2432 PY244 01 3 TWO ADULT PSYCHOLOGY 

4793 PY245 01 3 TWO SENIOR PRAC:HUMAN DEVELOP 
** FOR HUMAN DEVLPMT MAJORS ONLY 

1520 PY416 01 3 GRAD CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 

1521 PY417 01 3 GRAD ADULT PSYCHOLOGY 

5920 PY418 01 3 GRAD APP DEV PSYCH/CHILD EMPH 
PRIN/TECHNIOUES/COUNSELNG 



4280 PY440 01 3 GRAD 
** FOR COUNSELING MAJORS ONLY 



4924 PY440 02 3 GRAD PRIN/TECHNIOUES/COUNSELNG 

" FOR COUNSELING MAJORS ONLY 

3030 PY444 01 3 GRAD COMPAR PERSONALITY THEOR 

2577 PY444 02 3 GRAD COMPAR PERSONALITY THEOR 

7753 PY445 01 3 GRAD CLINICAL CHILD PSYCH 

7754 PY447 01 3 GRAD APP DEV PSYCH/ADOLES EMPH 
2433 PY448 01 3 GRAD CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

4794 PY460 01 3 GRAD INTERP/EVAL/RESEARCH 

4795 PY462 01 3 GRAD ASSESSMENT&TEST CONSTRUC 



DEPT 
LERNER 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

TRAVERS 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

KILPATRICK 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 
KING 
KING 

DEPT 
DEPT 
O'BRIEN 

DACEY 
DEPT 

DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
MAHALIK 

MAHALIK 

DEPT 

DEPT 

KENNY 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

PEDULLA 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



TTH9* 
TTH10 30* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12' 

TTH1 30* 

MWF9 

TTH3* 

MWF1 

MW3* 

MWF2 

TTH9* 

MW3* 

M W F 8 30* 

M2-4 

TTH12* 
TH 4 30-7 
MWF10 

TTH10 30* 



TTH12* 
M 4 30-6 30 

TH 4 30-6 15 
M 6 30-8 15 
T4 30-6 15 
TH 4 30-6 15 

TH 12-3 
STARTS AT 12:30 

M 4 30-6 15 

M 6 30-8 15 

T 4 30-6 15 

T4 30-6 15 

T 6 30-8 15 

TH 4 30-6 15 

W 4 30-6 15 



26 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



1162 


PY464 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTELLECTUAL ASSESSMENT 


KENNY 


1522 


PY465 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING 


DEPT 


1523 


PY468 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 


JENSEN 


5921 


PY468 


02 


3 


GRAD 


INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 


JENSEN 


4281 


PY469 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERMEDIATE STATISTICS 


LUDLOW 


6626 


PY518 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ISSUES/LIFE SPAN DEVELOP 


DEPT 


3031 


PY549 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 


DEPT 


0916 


PY560 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ISSUES IN TESTING 


BEATON 


5054 


PY561 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL OF PUBLIC POLICY 


DEPT 


7755 


PY640 


01 


3 


GRAD 


SEM/GRP COUNS/GRP THEORY 


O'BRIEN 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7756 PY640 02 3 GRAD SEM/GRP COUNS/GRP THEORY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6125 


PY643 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PRACT/SCHOOL C0UN(PREK-9) 


8506 


PY644 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PRACT/SCH00LC0UNS(5-12) 


8507 


PY646 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP-COUNSELING 1 


8508 


PY646 


02 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP-COUNSELING 1 


4888 


PY646 


03 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP-COUNSELING 1 


4900 


PY646 


04 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP-COUNSELING 1 


5274 


PY646 


05 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP-COUNSELING 1 


9735 


PY646 


06 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP-COUNSELING 1 


0438 


PY648 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING 1 


6025 


PY667 


01 


3 


GRAD 


GENERAL LINEAR MODELS 


2961 


PY671 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TOT QUALITY IN ED SEMINAR 


0439 


PY685 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DEV DISABILITIES 


0440 


PY743 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COUNSELING FAMILIES 


7163 


PY778 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOP 


7481 


PY778 


02 


3 


GRAD 


COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOP 


6833 


PY829 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DESIGN OF RESEARCH 


7258 PY840 01 3 GRAD SEM/PROF ISS/COUNS PSYCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


1622 


PY841 


01 


3 


GRAD 


SEM/EVAL/RESEARCH/COUNSEL 


1623 


PY846 


01 


2 


GRAD 


ADV COUNSELNG PRACT 


6126 


PY849 


01 


1 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP/COUNS PSYCH 


6127 


PY849 


02 


2 


GRAD 


INTERNSHIP/COUNS PSYCH 


6371 


PY861 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CONSTR/ATT/OPINION OUEST 


3054 


PY879 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTRO TO PSYCHOANALYSIS 


8509 


PY888 


01 





GRAD 


MASTER'S COMPREHENSIVES 


8510 PY910 01 3 GRAD READ8,RES:C0UNS&DEV PSYCH 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


4902 


PY917 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COG-AFFECT BASES OF BEH 


0441 


PY988 


03 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


1624 


PY988 


08 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


1625 


PY988 


09 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


6128 


PY988 


10 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


8512 


PY988 


12 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


9737 


PY988 


16 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


0443 


PY988 


17 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


7260 


PY988 


20 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


1626 


PY988 


21 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


1627 


PY988 


22 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


8513 


PY988 


24 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


8514 


PY988 


25 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


5278 


PY988 


27 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


9738 


PY988 


29 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


0445 


PY988 


33 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


4905 


PY988 


43 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 


9739 


PY988 


46 


3 


GRAD 


DISSERTATION DIRECTION 



6840 PY998 01 GRAD 

1630 PY999 03 GRAD 

4906 PY999 08 GRAD 

4907 PY999 09 GRAD 
5282 PY999 10 GRAD 
8049 PY999 12 GRAD 

6842 PY999 16 GRAD 

6843 PY999 17 GRAD 

1632 PY999 20 GRAD 

1633 PY999 21 GRAD 
0034 PY999 22 GRAD 

2237 PY999 24 GRAD 

2238 PY999 25 GRAD 
8669 PY999 27 GRAD 
2851 PY999 29 GRAD 
9483 PY999 33 GRAD 
2853 PY999 43 GRAD 
3282 PY999 46 GRAD 



DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



O'BRIEN 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

MORSE 

LUDLOW 

NUTTALL 

HELM 

DEPT 

ARNOLD 

ARNOLD 

HANEY 

DEPT 

MAHALIK 

WALSH 

SPARKS 

SPARKS 

NUTTALL 

MEISSNER 

LYKES 

KENNY 

LERNER 

ALDARONDO 

BRABECK 

BRONSON 

CASEY 

DACEY 

HAUSER-CRAM 

JACKSON 

KENNY 

KILPATRICK 

KING 

LERNER 

LERNER 

LYKES 

MAHALIK 

O'BRIEN 

SPARKS 

WALSH 

LYKES 

ALDARONDO 

BRABECK 

BRONSON 

CASEY 

DACEY 

HAUSER-CRAM 

JACKSON 

KENNY 

KILPATRICK 

KING 

LERNER 

LERNER 

LYKES 

MAHALIK 

O'BRIEN 

SPARKS 

WALSH 



English 



7394 


EN010 


01 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


O'LEARY 


7395 


EN010 


02 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DONOVAN-KRANZ 


5646 


EN010 


03 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


O'HAR 


5647 


EN010 


04 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DURSIN 


7894 


EN010 


05 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


O'MALLEY 


7895 


EN010 


06 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DURSIN 


4146 


EN010 


07 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


HOWARD 



4147 EN010 08 3 CORE FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM DEPT 

4148 EN010 09 3 CORE FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM DEPT 

4421 EN010 10 3 CORE FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM HOTTEN-SOMERS 

4422 EN010 11 3 CORE FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM DEPT 



TH 4 30-6 15 


8658 


EN010 


12 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


CASTLE 


W 4 30-6 15 
















W 4 30-7 


8659 


EN010 


13 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


T 4 30-7 


6901 


EN010 


14 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


T12-3 


6902 


EN010 


15 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


KAPLAN-MAXFIEL 


M 6 30-8 15 
















TH 6 30-8 15 


6903 


EN010 


16 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


HOHEN-SOMERS 


T 2-3 45 


6904 


EN010 


17 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


TH 4 30-6 15 


6905 


EN010 


18 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEFUSCO 




6906 


EN010 


19 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


W 4 30-6 15 


















9161 


EN010 


20 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


TH 6 30-8 15 


9162 


EN010 


21 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


CAREY 


TH 6 30-8 15 
















W 6 30-8 15 


9163 


EN010 


22 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


W 6 30-8 15 


9164 


EN010 


23 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


W 6 30-8 15 
















W 6 30-8 15 


9165 


EN010 


24 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


TH 6 30-8 15 


9166 


EN010 


25 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


JONES 


TH 6 30-8 15 


9167 


EN010 


26 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


TTH3* 
















TH 4 30-6 15 


5424 


EN010 


27 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


ALMOND 


T4 30-6 15 


5425 


EN010 


28 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


CORR 


F8-10 

AT CHILDREN'S HOSP 


5426 


EN010 


29 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


WESTOVER 


M 4 30-6 15 


5427 


EN010 


30 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


M 6 30-8 15 


5428 


EN010 


31 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


W 4 30-6 15 


5429 


EN010 


32 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


TH 4 30-6 15 


5430 


EN010 


33 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


AINSWORTH 


T 6 30-8 15 


5431 


EN010 


34 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


WALKER 


W 2 30-4 15 


5432 


EN010 


35 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


T 10-12 


5689 


EN010 


36 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5690 


EN010 


37 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


ROBERTS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5691 


EN010 


38 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


AINSWORTH 


M 4 30-6 15 


5692 


EN010 


39 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


WALKER 


TH 4 30-6 30 


5693 


EN010 


40 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


ZELTZER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5694 


EN010 


41 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


DACEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5695 


EN010 


42 


3 


CORE 


FIRST YEAR WRITING SEM 


GEORGE 




9956 


EN010 


43 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


M 4 30-6 15 


9957 


EN010 


44 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


SMITH 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9958 


EN010 


45 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DACEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9959 


EN010 


46 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


GENTILELLA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9960 


EN010 


47 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9962 


EN010 


48 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9963 


EN010 


49 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


RUDNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8225 


EN010 


50 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


LUGTHART 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8226 


EN010 


51 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


LUGTHART 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8227 


EN010 


52 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


HEARON 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8228 


EN010 


53 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


GARDNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8229 


EN010 


54 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8230 


EN010 


55 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8231 


EN010 


56 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 
















BY ARRANGEMENT 


8232 


EN010 


57 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0496 


EN010 


58 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 
















BY ARRANGEMENT 


0497 


EN010 


59 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


CORMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0498 


EN010 


60 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 
















BY ARRANGEMENT 


0499 


EN010 


61 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


MARTINS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 
















BY ARRANGEMENT 


0500 


EN010 


62 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


FALCO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0501 


EN010 


63 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


FALETRA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0502 


EN010 


64 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


FALCO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0503 


EN010 


65 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


MCDANIEL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 
















BY ARRANGEMENT 


0504 


EN010 


66 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


MCDANIEL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6769 


EN010 


67 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


JONES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6770 


EN010 


68 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6771 


EN010 


69 


3 


CORE 


FIRSTYEAR WRITING SEM 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9505 


EN070 


01 





TWO 


ENGLISH OLD EQUIVALENT 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


"COURSE HELD 










BY ARRANGEMENT 


5029 


EN070 


02 


1 


TWO 


ENGLISH OLD EQUIVALENT 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


"COURSE HELD 










BY ARRANGEMENT 


9777 EN070 03 
•* COURSE HELD 


3 


TWO 


ENGLISH OLD EQUIVALENT 


DEPT 




5137 


EN070 


04 


3 


TWO 


ENGLISH OLD EQUIVALENT 


DEPT 




"COURSE HELD 
3331 EN070 05 


3 


TWO 


ENGLISH OLD EQUIVALENT 




TTH2 


DEPT 


" COURSE HELD 










TTH2 


9401 


EN070 


06 


3 


TWO 


ENGLISH OLD EQUIVALENT 


DEPT 


TTH9 


"COURSE HELD 










MW8 


7045 


EN080 


01 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


ANDERSON 


MW8 


7046 


EN080 


02 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


CASTLE 


MW9 


7047 


EN080 


03 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


DEPT 


M9 


7048 


EN080 


04 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


CAPPELLI 


F9 


5682 


EN080 


05 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


CAPPELLI 


M9 
F9 


3722 


EN080 


06 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


MESSER 


MW9 


7256 


EN080 


07 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY FORMS 


MESSER 


MID 


7049 


EN081 


01 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY THEMES 


FITZGERALD 


F10 


7050 


EN081 


02 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY THEMES 


DONOVAN-KRANZ 


MW10 


7051 


EN081 


03 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY THEMES 


DAMON-BACH 




1321 


EN081 


04 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY THEMES 


FARRELL 



M10 


W10 


M10 


F10 


MW11 


Mil 


W11 


Mil 


F11 


M11 


F11 


MW12 


M12 


F12 


MW12 


M12 


F12 


MW1 


Ml 


F1 


Ml 


F1 


MW2 


M2 


W2 


M2 


F2 


TTH9 


M2 


F2 


TTH9 


TTH9 


TTH8 


TTH10 


TTH10 


TTH10 


TTH10 


TTH11 


TTH11 


TTH11 


TTH11 


TTH12 


TTH12 


TTH12 


TTH12 


TTH1 


TTH1 


TTH1 


TTH1 


TTH2 


TTH2 


TTH3 


TTH3 


WF8 


WF9 


WF9 


WIG 


FiO 


W10 


F10 


W11 


F11 


W11 


F11 


W12 


F12 


W12 


F12 


WF1 


W1 


F1 


WF2 


W2 


F2 


WF3 


MW3 


MW3 


Ml 


W1 


TTH10 30 


TTH1 30* 



MW3* 



TTH12* 

T7-9 

MWF10 

MWF1 

MWF2 

TTH9* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH12* 

MWF9 

TTH10 30* 

MWF12 

MWF3 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



27 



NDEX 


COURSE CREDITS 


LEVEL 


TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


1322 


EN081 


05 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY THEMES 


RUDNER 


1323 


EN081 


06 


3 


CORE 


LITERARY THEMES 


CORR 


1326 


EN082 


01 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURE & SOCIETY 


DEFUSCO 


1327 


EN082 


02 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURE & SOCIETY 


O'HAR 


6907 


EN082 


03 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURE & SOCIETY 


ROBERTS 


6908 


EN082 


04 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURE & SOCIETY 


DEFUSCO 


6909 


EN082 


05 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURE & SOCIETY 


DUNSFORD 


6910 


EI\I082 


06 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURE 8, SOCIETY 


ZELTZER 


8125 


EN083 


01 


3 


CORE 


LITTRAD/COUNTERTRAD 


CAREY 


9170 


EN083 


02 


3 


CORE 


LITTRAD/COUNTERTRAD 


CAREY 


9171 


EN083 


03 


3 


CORE 


LITTRAD/COUNTERTRAD 


MILLER 


5433 


EN083 


04 


3 


CORE 


LITTRAD/COUNTERTRAD 


RUDNER 


5434 


EN083 


05 


3 


CORE 


LITTRAD/COUNTERTRAD 


GENTILELLA 


4246 


EN084 


01 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURES OF THE WORLD 


BOLD 


0209 


EN084 


02 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURES OF THE WORLD 


AHERN 


8044 


EN084 


03 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURES OF THE WORLD 


EYKMAN 


5455 


EN084 


05 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURES OF THE WORLD 


JONES 


9965 


EN093 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRO/MODERN IRISH 1 


KOCH 


9967 


EN097 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONTINUING MOD IRISH 1 


O'LEARY 


5051 


EN101 


01 


3 


TWO 


CELTIC HEROIC AGE 


KOCH 


8233 


EN117 


01 


3 


ONE 


ENGL GRAMMAR REVIEW (EFS) 


SAIDI 


8234 


EN119 


01 


3 


CORE 


CRAFT OF WRITING (EFS) 


BIGGAR 


8235 


EN119 


02 


3 


CORE 


CRAFT OF WRITING (EFS) 


SAIDI 


0505 


EN120 


01 


3 


CORE 


STUDY OF LITERATURE (EFS) 


SAIDI 


4196 


EN125 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRODUCTION TO FEMINISMS 


FRIEDMAN 


0508 


EN131 


01 


3 


TWO 


STUDIES IN POETRY 


KERN 



BUILOING ROOM TIME 



"FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

6776 EN131 02 3 TWO 
"FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

6777 EN131 03 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

6778 EN131 04 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

7052 EN131 05 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

7053 EN131 06 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

7054 EN131 07 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

1328 EN131 08 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

1329 EN131 09 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

1330 EN131 10 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

6911 EN133 01 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

6912 EN133 02 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

6913 EN133 03 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 

9172 EN133 04 3 TWO 
" FOR ENGLISH MAJORS ONLY 



0653 


EN141 


01 


3 


TWO 


2934 


EN142 


01 


3 


TWO 


6211 


EN143 


01 


3 


TWO 


3378 


EN151 


01 


3 


TWO 


5439 


EN163 


01 


3 


TWO 


0862 


EN164 


01 


3 


TWO 


8730 


EN220 


01 


3 


TWO 


5702 


EN221 


01 


3 


TWO 


5703 


EN221 


02 


3 


TWO 


9968 


EN221 


03 


3 


TWO 


8064 


EN221 


04 


3 


TWO 


3277 


EN258 


01 


3 


TWO 


2516 


EN276 


01 


3 


TWO 


4004 


EN303 


01 


3 


TWO 


7084 


EN317 


01 


3 


TWO 


7169 


EN320 


01 


3 


TWO 


1985 


EN321 


01 


3 


TWO 


1331 


EN326 


01 


3 


TWO 


3389 


EN340 


01 


3 


TWO 


8096 


EN358 


01 


3 


TWO 


0944 


EN360 


01 


3 


TWO 


4001 


EN364 


01 


3 


TWO 


4736 


EN389 


01 


3 


TWO 


2935 


EN394 


01 


3 


TWO 


7763 


EN410 


01 


3 


TWO 


9971 


EN412 


01 


3 


TWO 


9972 


EN412 


02 


3 


TWO 


8239 


EN412 


03 


3 


TWO 


8240 


EN412 


04 


3 


TWO 


8241 


EN412 


05 


3 


TWO 


8242 


EN412 


06 


3 


TWO 


0512 


EN412 


07 


3 


TWO 


0513 


EN412 


08 


3 


TWO 


0514 


EN412 


09 


3 


TWO 


1240 


EN415 


01 


3 


TWO 


0400 


EN418 


01 


3 


TWO 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 




7525 


EN427 


01 


3 


TWO 


6756 


EN441 


01 


3 


TWO 


7058 


EN445 


01 


3 


TWO 


7059 


EN459 


01 


3 


TWO 


4370 


EN460 


01 


3 


TWO 


1264 


EN465 


01 


3 


TWO 


4735 


EN469 


01 


3 


TWO 



STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

STUDIES IN POETRY 

NARRATIVE/INTERPRETATION 

NARRATIVE/INTERPRETATION 

NARRATIVE/INTERPRETATION 

NARRATIVE/INTERPRETATION 

MAJ AMER WRITERS I 
MAJAMER WRITERS II 
MAJ AMER WRITERS III 
SURVEY/ENGLISH LIT I 
LHIILPOPE TO KEATS 
LH IV:TENNYSON TO ELIOT 
CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY 
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING 
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING 
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING 
INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING 
CHAUCER:CANTERBURY TALES 
AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS 
TOLSTOY AND DOSTOEVSKY 
AMERICAN COMIC NOVEL 
INDIAN FICTION AND FILM 
VIKING AGE OF BRITAIN 
SHAKESPEARE l:COMEDY/HIST 
MILTON 

POETS,POETRYPOETICS 
18TH CENTURY DRAMA 
19TH CENT BRITISH FICTION 
20TH CEN AMERICAN FICTION 
PSYCHOANALYSIS & LIT 
AMERICAN FICTION TO 1860 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
PROSE WRITING 
POSTMODERN AMER POETRY 
INTRO TO AFRO-AMERICN LIT 

BR SOC&LIT IN WORLD WAR I 
JANE AUSTEN 
JAZZIISTEN/DESCRIBE 
GENDER,SEXUALITY8,REP 
AMERICAN SHORT STORY 
FEMINIST THEORY 
PLAYS/0'NEILL,MILLER,ETC. 



KERN 



NAJARIAN 



YOUNGREN 



LYDENBERG 



TANNER 



WILT 



SESHADRI-CROOKS 

WATSON 

WALLACE 

BLACKWELL 

FITZGERALD 

ANDERSON 

NAJARIAN 

MC DONOUGH 

KENNEDY 

MATSON 

NAJARIAN 

GRIFFIN 

BIGGAR 

BRANDT 

SHRAYER 

OUSBORNE 

SESHADRI-CROOKS 

SCHRADER 

LONGO 

BOESKY 

MAHONEY 

WALLACE 

WILT 

TANNER 

LYDENBERG 

LEWIS 

ROBERTS 

MONSKY 

KAPLAN-MAXFIELD 

PALEY 

GRIFFIN 

O'HAR 

DAMON-BACH 

BAIG 

MILLER 

KERN 

SCOTT 

BODENHEIMER/WEILER 

MCALEER 

YOUNGREN 

CHASIN 

DOHERTY 

WALLACE 

CASPER 



TTH9* 
TTH12* 
MWF9 
TTH10 30* 
TTH9* 


2443 EN482 01 3 TWO AFRICAN AMERICAN WRITERS 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

8400 EN497 01 3 TWO WRITING THE PAST 

3055 EN500 01 3 TWO P0L/LIT/18-19TH C IRELAND 

1337 EN502 01 6 TWO ABBEY THEATRE SUMMER WKSP 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MWF8 


6917 


EN502 


02 


3 


TWO 


ABBEY THEATRE SUMMER WKSP 


TTH9* 


8065 


EN514 


01 


3 


TWO 


CONT IRISH NARRATIVE 


TTH12* 


0798 


EN526 


01 


3 


TWO 


SHAKESPEARE:EARLY PLAYS 


MWF1 


9177 


EN527 


01 


3 


THREE 


GENERAL LINGUISTICS 


MWF9 


9973 


EN577 


01 


3 


TWO 


WRITING WKSHP:POETRY 


TTH10 30* 


9974 


EN579 


01 


3 


TWO 


WRITING WKSHPflCTION 


TTH12* 


9975 


EN579 


02 


3 


TWO 


WRITING WKSHPflCTION 


TTH3* 
TTH130* 


0515 EN591 01 9 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


T TH 1 30* 


0516 EN599 01 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MWF10 
TTH9* 


0517 EN599 02 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


TTH9' 

TTH12* 

TTH12* 


6786 EN599 03 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6787 EN599 04 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MWF12 
MWF12 


7061 EN599 05 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MWF3 


7062 EN599 06 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MWF9 
T4 30* 


7063 EN599 07 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MWF10 


0670 


EN599 


08 


3 


ONE 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 



MWF11 



MWF12 



MWF2 



TTH12* 



T TH 1 30* 



MWF9 



TTH10 30 


T TH 1 30* 


MWF12 


MWF11 


TTH10 30 


MWF11 


MWF12 


MWF10 


TTH10 30 


MW3* 


TTH3' 


MWF2 


TTH12* 


MWF10 


MWF1 


MWF11 


MWF2 


TTH3* 


MWF1 


MWF10 


TTH12* 


T TH 1 30* 


TTH9' 


MWF1 


TTH3' 


T TH 1 30* 


T TH 1 30* 


M12-2 


W12-2 


M2-4 


W2-4 


T4-6 


T12-2 


TH 12-2 


T2-4 


TH2-4 


MWF2 


T 5-7 30 


T TH 1 30* 


MWF9 


MWF10 


W12-2 


MWF12 


TTH10 30 


MWF9 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1339 EN599 09 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6920 EN599 10 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4844 EN599 11 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9179 EN599 13 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5443 EN599 14 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5444 EN599 15 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5708 EN599 17 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5709 EN599 18 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9976 EN599 19 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9977 EN599 20 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8245 EN599 21 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8246 EN599 22 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0519 EN599 24 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6788 EN599 25 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6789 EN599 26 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6790 EN599 27 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7064 EN599 28 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7065 EN599 29 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7066 EN599 30 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1340 EN599 31 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1341 EN599 32 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9600 EN599 33 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9601 EN599 34 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9602 EN599 35 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9604 EN599 38 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9605 EN599 39 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9607 EN599 41 3 ONE READINGS AND RESEARCH 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1881 EN600 01 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8700 EN629 01 

1764 EN638 01 

1884 EN654 01 

2933 EN655 01 

1886 EN660 01 

7653 EN734 01 

0676 EN743 01 

2464 EN748 01 

3306 EN752 01 

1827 EN789 01 

8171 EN801 01 

0055 EN817 01 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2868 EN825 02 

3052 EN828 01 

0056 EN835 01 
6401 EN849 01 
3444 EN887 02 



3 TWO CAPSTONEIIT IMAG&PUB LIF 

3 TWO SEM:18TH CENT COMIC CONST 

3 TWO JR RES SEM:CON LIT&CUL TH 

3 TWO CAPSTONE:NARRATIVES SELF 

3 THREE TCHG ENGLISH/FOREIGN LANG 

3 GRAD AFRICAN AMER LITERATURE 

3 GRAD ELIZABETHAN&JACOBEAN DRAM 

3 GRAD EARLY AMERICAN FIC&NONFIC 

3 GRAD CONTEMP LIT/CULT THEORY 

3 GRAD 18TH CENTURY COMEDIES 

3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 

3 GRAD NEW HISTORICISM 
I 

3 GRAD COMP THEORY/TCHG WRTG 

3 GRAD IR NOVEL/ENGLISH 1922-39 

3 GRAD LIT, RELIGION 8.THE0RY 

3 GRAD ROMANTIC TEXTS&CONTEXTS 

3 GRAD INTRO ADVANCED RESEARCH 



8451 EN888 01 GRAD INTERIM STUDY 
** MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



BLACKWELL 

GRAVER 

O'NEILL/DALSIMER 

O'LEARY 

O'LEARY 

SMITH 

CRANE 

CONNOLLY 

VON HENDY 

CHIBKA 

GRAVER 

RESTUCCIA 

BIGGAR 

BLACKWELL 

BODENHEIMER 

BOESKY 

CHASIN 

CRANE 

DALSIMER 

NAJARIAN 

HASKIN 

KERN 

GRAVER 

LYDENBERG 

MAHONEY 

MATSON 

MORRISON 

O'LEARY 

RESTUCCIA 

RICHARDSON 

SCHRADER 

TANNER 

TAYLOR 

TOBIN 

VON HENDY 

WALLACE 

WILSON 

WILT 

YOUNGREN 

GREEN 

PATKUS 

DOHERTY 

SESHADRI-CROOKS 

STANTON 

ROBERTS 

O'HAR 

RUDNER 

RESTUCCIA 

DOHERTY 

CHIBKA 

RESTUCCIA 

MATSON 

THOMAS 

BLACKWELL 

CRANE 

LEWIS 

RESTUCCIA 

CHIBKA 

DEPT 

WALLACE 

TOBIN 

O'LEARY 

TAYLOR 

RICHARDSON 

SCHRADER 

DEPT 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



TTH12* 



TTH12* 

TTH10 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH9* 

MWF11 

MWF10 

MWF1 

TTH3* 

TTH10 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 4 30-7 

TH12-2 

M12-2 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

TH 4 30-6 30 

M2-4 

W 4 30-6 30 

F2-4 

W7-9 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 4 30-6 30 

M7-9 

T 4 30-6 30 

TH2-4 

T2-4 

W2-4 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



28 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



INSTRUCTOR 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



8452 


EN899 


01 


3 


GRAD 


8453 


EN899 


02 


3 


GRAD 


8454 


EN899 


03 


3 


GRAD 


8455 


EN899 


04 


3 


GRAD 


8456 


EN899 


05 


3 


GRAD 


8457 


EN899 


06 


3 


GRAD 


8458 


EN899 


07 


3 


GRAD 


2736 


EN899 


08 


3 


GRAD 


2737 


EN899 


09 


3 


GRAD 


2738 


EN899 


10 


3 


GRAD 


2739 


EN899 


11 


3 


GRAD 


2740 


EN899 


12 


3 


GRAD 


2742 


EN899 


14 


3 


GRAD 


2743 


EN899 


15 


3 


GRAD 


1046 


EN899 


17 


3 


GRAD 


1047 


EN899 


18 


3 


GRAD 


3317 


EN899 


19 


3 


GRAD 


3318 


EN899 


20 


3 


GRAD 


3319 


EN899 


21 


3 


GRAD 


3320 


EN899 


22 


3 


GRAD 


3322 


EN899 


24 


3 


GRAD 


9609 


EN899 


25 


3 


GRAD 


9610 


EN899 


26 


3 


GRAD 


9611 


EN899 


27 


3 


GRAD 


9612 


EN899 


28 


3 


GRAD 


9613 


EN899 


29 


3 


GRAD 


9614 


EN899 


30 


3 


GRAD 


9615 


EN899 


31 


3 


GRAD 


5648 


EN937 


01 


3 


GRAD 


9618 EN998 
** DOCTORAL 


01 GRAD 
STUDENTS ONLY 


9619 EN999 
** DOCTORAL 


01 GRAD 
STUDENTS ONLY 



READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
READINGS AND RESEARCH 
PH.D SEM:STUART LIT&CULT 
DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



BIGGAR 

BLACKWELL 

BODENHEIMER 

BOESKY 

CHASIN 

CRANE 

DALSIMER 

DOHERTY 

STANTON 

HASKIN 

KERN 

LEWIS 

LYDENBERG 

MAHONEY 

MORRISON 

O'LEARY 

RESTUCCIA 

RICHARDSON 

SCHRADER 

TANNER 

TAYLOR 

TOBIN 

WALLACE 

WILSON 

WILT 

YOUNGREN 

SESHADRI-CROOKS 

WALLACE 

BOESKY 

CRANE 

CRANE 



Fine Arts/Art History 



9904 FA011 01 ONE DISC GP/INTRO/ART HIST I MCLAIN 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA101 ALSO 

9905 FA011 02 ONE DISC GP/INTRO/ART HIST I MCLAIN 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA101 ALSO 

9906 FA011 03 ONE DISC GP/INTRO/ART HIST I MCLAIN 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA101 ALSO 

9907 FA011 04 ONE DISC GP/INTRO/ART HIST I REYNOLDS 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA101 ALSO 

9908 FA011 05 ONE DISC GP/INTRO/ART HIST I REYNOLDS 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA101 ALSO 

4201 FA011 06 ONE DISC GP/INTRO/ART HIST I REYNOLDS 

•* REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA101 ALSO 



4202 FA101 01 3 CORE ART:PREHIS TO MIDDLE AGES 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE FA011 ALSO 


BERGER 


4203 FA103 


01 


3 


ONE 


ART HISTORY WORKSHOP 1 


CALLAHAN 


4204 FA107 


01 


3 


CORE 


HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 


NAHUM 


4205 FA109 


01 


3 


CORE 


ASPECTS OF ART 


COLBERT 


4921 FA181 


01 


3 


CORE 


HISTORY/EUROPEAN FILM 


MICHALCZYK 


7770 FA182 


01 


3 


ONE 


DOCUMENTARY FILM 


MICHALCZYK 


4207 FA193 01 3 ONE THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


HOWE/HEINEMAN 


8541 FA211 


01 


3 


CORE 


ART/ANCIENT MEDIT WRLD 1 


DEPT 


9608 FA221 


01 


3 


ONE 


ART/EARLY MEDIEVAL WORLD 


BERGER 


9620 FA231 


01 


3 


CORE 


ARTS OF ITALIAN RENAISSAN 


VON HENNEBERG 


1889 FA257 


01 


3 


CORE 


MODERN ART:19-20THC/I 


HOWE 


1890 FA263 


01 


3 


ONE 


ARTS IN AMERICA 


COLBERT 


2688 FA267 


01 


3 


CORE 


FROM SALT BOX-SKYSCRAPER 


HOWE 


7561 FA275 01 3 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


ONE 


ARTS OF JAPAN 


DEPT 


8175 FA280 


01 


3 


ONE 


HIS OF AMERICAN FILM 1 


BLAKE 


5049 FA291 


01 


3 


ONE 


AMERICAN FILM GENRES 


BLAKE 


5225 FA327 


01 


3 


ONE 


EARLY MEDIEVL ART/IRELAND 


NETZER 


8178 FA356 


01 


3 


ONE 


ART SINCE 1945 


CERNUSCHI 


1001 FA369 


01 


3 


ONE 


EXPRESSIONIST MOVEMENT 


CERNUSCHI 


8459 FA384 


01 


3 


ONE 


HIST & ART HIST INTO FILM 


BERGER 


8460 FA401 


01 


3 


TWO 


RESEARCH SEMINAR 


CERNUSCHI 


8462 FA403 02 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MICHALCZYK 


8463 FA403 03 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


HOWE 


2744 FA403 05 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


CERNUSCHI 


2745 FA406 02 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY III 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MICHALCZYK 


2746 FA406 03 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY III 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


NAHUM 


2085 FA459 


01 


3 


ONE 


WORLD OF EDOUARD MANET 


NAHUM 


1048 FA499 


01 


3 


TWO 


SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


DEPT 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



Fine Arts/Studio Art 



1049 


FS100 


01 


3 


CORE 


VISUAL THINKING 


WEISBERG 


1050 


FS101 


01 


3 


CORE 


DRAWING LFOUNDATIONS 


MULHERN 


3323 


FS101 


02 


3 


CORE 


DRAWING LFOUNDATIONS 


MULHERN 


3324 


FS101 


03 


3 


CORE 


DRAWING LFOUNDATIONS 


AWALT 


3325 


FS101 


04 


3 


CORE 


DRAWING LFOUNDATIONS 


AWALT 


3326 


FS101 


05 


3 


CORE 


DRAWING LFOUNDATIONS 


TAVARELLI 


9622 


FS101 


06 


3 


CORE 


DRAWING LFOUNDATIONS 


SHERMAN 


9623 


FS102 


01 


3 


CORE 


PAINTING LFOUNDATIONS 


ARMSTRONG 


9624 


FS102 


02 


3 


CORE 


PAINTING LFOUNDATIONS 


CONLEY 


9909 


FS102 


03 


3 


CORE 


PAINTING LFOUNDATIONS 


KOUDI 


9910 


FS102 


04 


3 


CORE 


PAINTING LFOUNDATIONS 


SHERMAN 



BY ARRANGEMENT 


9911 


FS141 


01 


3 


ONE 


CERAMICS 1 


COOPER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9912 


FS141 


02 


3 


ONE 


CERAMICS 1 


COOPER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


4209 


FS161 


01 


3 


ONE 


PHOTOGRAPHY 1 


MEYER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


4210 


FS161 


02 


3 


ONE 


PHOTOGRAPHY 1 


SABIN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


4211 


FS161 


03 


3 


ONE 


PHOTOGRAPHY 1 


BADEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


4212 


FS161 


04 


3 


ONE 


PHOTOGRAPHY 1 


BADEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


4213 


FS167 


01 


3 


ONE 


DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY 


MEYER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9625 


FS171 


01 


3 


ONE 


FILMMAKING 1 


KLEINE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9626 


FS171 


02 


3 


ONE 


FILMMAKING 1 


KLEINE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6004 


FS204 


01 


3 


ONE 


DRAWING IILINTRO/FIGURE 


STECZYNSKI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


1892 


FS223 


01 


3 


ONE 


PAINTING II 


ARMSTRONG 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


1893 


FS225 


01 


3 


ONE 


WATERCOLOR 1 


TAVARELLI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


1894 


FS243 


01 


3 


ONE 


CERAMICS III 


COOPER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8179 


FS261 


01 


3 


ONE 


PHOTOGRAPHY II 


MEYER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


2317 


FS273 


01 


3 


ONE 


FILMMAKING II 


KLEINE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


3649 


FS274 


01 


3 


ONE 


DIGITAL NONLINEAR EDITING 


BUSH 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8180 


FS301 


01 


3 


ONE 


DRAWING IVflGURE 


STECZYNSKI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8181 


FS323 


01 


3 


ONE 


PAINTING IVADVANCED 


AWALT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8182 


FS385 


02 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK 1 


MULHERN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




BY ARRANGEMENT 


8464 FS385 03 3 ONE INDEPENDENT WORK 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


COOPER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8465 


FS385 


04 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK 1 


MEYER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




BY ARRANGEMENT 


8466 FS385 05 3 ONE INDEPENDENT WORK 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


TAVARELLI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


2748 


FS385 


06 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK 1 


BADEN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




BY ARRANGEMENT 


2749 


FS385 


07 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK 1 


KLEINE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2750 FS385 08 3 ONE INDEPENDENT WORK 1 


KOUDI 


W11-2 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




BY ARRANGEMENT 


2751 


FS474 


01 


3 


ONE 


ASPECTS OF SELF&WHOLENESS 


STECZYNSKI 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


1051 FS485 02 3 ONE INDEPENDENT WORK III 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


MULHERN 




1052 


FS485 


03 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK III 


COOPER 




** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






3327 " "■ " """ ...~^-^....^..^...-~ 


|-b403 


U4 


J 


Ul\]t 


IIIUthtNUtNl »»UK^ III 


MEYER 


M9 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






3328 


FS485 


05 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK III 


TAVARELLI 


MID 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






3329 


FS485 


06 


3 


ONE 


INDEPENDENT WORK III 


BADEN 


Mil 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






3330 


FS498 


01 


3 


TWO 


SENIOR PROJECT 


TAVARELLI 


M12 


5584 


FS499 


01 


3 


TWO 


ADV SEM/STUDIQ ART 


DEPT 



M2 

TTH1 30* 

F2-5 

TTH9' 

MWF9 

TTH3-5 

MW3-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH9* 
TTH10 30* 
MWF1 
TTH10 30* 
MWF12 
TTH1 30* 
TTH12* 

TH 3-5 30 

T 3-5 30 

W 3-5 30 

MWF1 

MWF11 

W 3-5 30 

T 3-5 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH 3-5 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



M9-12 

T9-12 

T2-5 

W2-5 

TH9-12 

W9-12 

M9-12 

T2-5 

W9-12 

TH 9-12 

M2-5 



Geology and Geophysics 



9628 GE115 01 3 CORE PLANET EARTH I SKEHAN 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE116 ALSO 

9629 GE116 01 CORE PLANET EARTH I LAB SKEHAN 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE115 ALSO 

9914 GE132 01 3 CORE INTRO/GEOL 8, GEOPHYS I ROY 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE133 ALSO 

9915 GE133 01 1 CORE INTRO/GEOL/GEOPHYS LAB I ROY 
•* REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE132 ALSO 

9916 GE133 02 1 CORE INTRO/GEOL/GEOPHYS LAB I ROY 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE132 ALSO 

9918 GE146 01 4 CORE ORIGIN&EVOLUTION OF LIFE STROTHER 

** REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE147 ALSO 

4214 GE147 01 CORE ORIGIN&EVOL OF LIFE DIS STROTHER 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE GE146 ALSO 

4215 GE157 01 4 CORE OCEANOGRAPHY I KINEKE 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE158 ALSO 

9630 GE158 01 CORE OCEANOGRAPHY I LAB KINEKE 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE157 ALSO 

1895 GE167 01 3 CORE ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCEI HEPBURN 

1896 GE172 01 4 CORE WEATHER,CLIMATE,ENVIRON I EBEL 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE173 ALSO 

1897 GE173 01 CORE WEATHER,CLIM,ENVIR LABI EBEL 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE172 ALSO 

8183 GE177 01 3 CORE COSMOS HEPBURN 

8762 GE192 01 3 CORE EARTH UNDER SIEGE HON 

4094 GE285 01 4 TWO STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY I ROY 

** REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE286 ALSO 

2212 GE286 01 TWO STRUCTURAL GEOL I LAB ROY 

** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE285 ALSO 

1053 GE297 01 3 TWO ENVIRONMENTAL HYDROLOGY WEISS 

4569 GE405 01 3 THREE CLIMATE CHANGE HARRISON 

3333 GE418 01 3 THREE HYDROGEOLQGY LESMES 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE419 ALSO 

3334 GE419 01 THREE HYDROGEOLQGY DISCUSS/LAB LESMES 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE418 ALSO 

9632 GE424 01 4 THREE ENVIRONMENTAL GEOPHYSICSI LESMES 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE GE425 ALSO 

9633 GE425 01 THREE ENV GEOPHYSICS I LAB LESMES 
** REGISTER FOR CQ-REOUISITE GE424 ALSO 

6561 GE505 01 3 THREE GEOCHEM EQUIL IN NAT SYST HON 

2569 GE530 01 3 THREE MARINE GEOLOGY KINEKE 

4219 GE596 03 3 TWO R «■ R/ENVIRONMENTAL GEOL HARRISON 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1898 GE596 05 3 TWO R & R/ENVIRONMENTAL GEOL HON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1900 GE596 07 3 TWO R & R/ENVIRONMENTAL GEOL KINEKE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0096 GE596 08 3 TWO R & R/ENVIRONMENTAL GEOL LESMES 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1476 GE596 09 3 TWO R «■ R/ENVIRONMENTAL GEOL ROY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4837 GE596 16 3 TWO R & R/ENVIRONMENTAL GEOL SPOONER 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8186 GE597 01 3 TWO READNGS «■ RESEARCH/GEOLOG BOMBQLAKIS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3769 GE597 03 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG HARRISON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7449 GE597 04 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG HEPBURN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



W2-5 

TH 9-12 

T9-12 

F9-12 

TH2-5 

TH6-9 

T2-5 

T9-12 

T2-5 

W2-5 

T9-12 

T2-5 

W9-12 

W2-5 

W9-12 

W7-10 

TH2-5 

W9-12 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH10 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W2-5 
T6-9 



MW2 

DEVLIN 201 

TTH10 30* 

M3-6 

T3-6 

TTH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH1 30* 

DEVLIN 215 

MWF10 
TTH10 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T 6 30-9 
MWF11 
TTH3* 

W 3-5 30 

T 5-7 30 
MWF11 
TTH10 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF2 
TTH9* 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



29 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



8187 GE597 05 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8188 GE597 06 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8470 GE597 07 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7684 GE597 09 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8701 GE597 14 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7650 GE597 15 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7651 GE597 18 3 TWO READNGS & RESEARCH/GEOLOG 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3337 GE598 02 3 TWO READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYSC 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9932 GE598 06 3 TWO READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYSC 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3209 GE598 08 3 TWO READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYSC 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6667 GE598 14 3 TWO READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYSC 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9933 GE599 01 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6846 GE794 01 
0409 GE795 01 



4222 GE798 02 3 GRAD 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 THREE SEMINAR IN GEOLOGY 
3 THREE SEMINAR IN GEOPHYSICS 

READNGS 8, RESRCH/GEOPHYS 



1902 GE798 06 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3524 GE798 08 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYS 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3696 GE798 14 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOPHYS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8189 GE799 01 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7504 GE799 03 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8190 GE799 04 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8472 GE799 05 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8474 GE799 07 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1124 GE799 09 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7681 GE799 15 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4100 GE799 16 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9264 GE799 17 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6369 GE799 18 3 GRAD READNGS & RESRCH/GEOLOGY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3339 GE801 01 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

6368 GE801 02 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

1177 GE801 03 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9638 GE801 04 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9639 GE801 05 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9934 GE801 06 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9935 GE801 07 3 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

4223 GE801 08 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

4224 GE801 09 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

2502 GE801 14 3 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

2503 GE801 15 3 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9796 GE801 18 3 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

4801 GE888 01 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

Germanic Studies 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



THESIS SEMINAR 



INTERIM STUDY 



INSTRUCTOR 

HON 

KAFKA 

KINEKE 

ROY 

MARTIN 

SKEHAN 

URZUA 

EBEL 

KAFKA 

LESMES 

MARTIN 

HEPBURN 

DEPT 
DEPT 
EBEL 

KAFKA 

LESMES 

MARTIN 

BOMBOLAKIS 

HARRISON 

HEPBURN 

HON 

KINEKE 

ROY 

SKEHAN 

SPOONER 

STROTHER 

URZUA 

BOMBOLAKIS 

EBEL 

HARRISON 

HEPBURN 

HON 

KAFKA 

KINEKE 

LESMES 

ROY 

MARTIN 

SKEHAN 

URZUA 

DEPT 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
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BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



4802 


GM001 


01 


3 


ONE 


1104 


GM001 


02 


3 


ONE 


1105 


GM001 


03 


3 


ONE 


1106 


GM001 


04 


3 


ONE 


1107 


GM050 


01 


3 


ONE 


1409 


GM050 


02 


3 


ONE 


1410 


GM050 


03 


3 


ONE 


4052 


GM063 


01 


3 


ONE 


1411 


GM201 


01 


3 


ONE 


0121 


GM210 


01 


3 


ONE 


7952 


GM238 


01 


3 


ONE 


5718 


GM299 


01 


3 


TWO 



GERMAN A (ELEMENTARY) I 
GERMAN A (ELEMENTARY) I 
GERMAN A (ELEMENTARY) I 
GERMAN A (ELEMENTARY) I 
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I 
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I 
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I 
TRIUMPH&FAILOFMODMAN 
GERMAN COMP 8, CONV I 
HISTORY/GERMAN LIT I 
PASSION, POLITICS&POETRY 
READING AND RESEARCH 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5719 GM299 02 3 TWO READING AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5720 GM299 04 3 TWO READING AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5721 GM699 01 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5722 GM699 02 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5723 GM699 03 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



VANDERSPEK 

FREUDENBURG 

VANDERSPEK 

FREUDENBURG 

CONNOLLY 

RESLER 

EYKMAN 

EYKMAN 

EYKMAN 

FREUDENBURG 

RESLER 

FREUDENBURG 

EYKMAN 

RESLER 

RESLER 

FREUDENBURG 

EYKMAN 



MWF10 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF1 

MWF10 

MWF9 

MWF2 

MWF12 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



Honors Program 



5724 HP001 01 3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



4025 HP001 02 
" REGISTER FOR CO 



4026 HP001 03 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



4027 HP001 04 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



4028 HP001 05 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



4029 HP001 06 
" REGISTER FOR CO 



4030 HP001 07 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



6336 HP001 08 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



6337 HP001 09 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



6338 HP001 10 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



6339 HP001 11 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



6340 HP001 12 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



6341 HP001 13 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2649 HP002 01 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2650 HP002 02 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2651 HP002 03 
" REGISTER FOR CO 



2652 HP002 04 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2653 HP002 05 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2964 HP002 06 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2965 HP002 07 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2966 HP002 08 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2967 HP002 09 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



2968 HP002 10 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



7281 HP002 11 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



7282 HP002 12 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



7283 HP002 13 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



7284 HP031 01 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



7285 HP031 02 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP002 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
-REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD 
■REQUISITE HP001 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
-REQUISITE HP032 ALSO 



3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
-REQUISITE HP032 ALSO 



9721 HP031 03 3 CORE WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 



2506 HP031 04 

" REGISTER FOR CO- 

2507 HP031 05 

" REGISTER FOR CO- 

2508 HP031 06 

" REGISTER FOR CO- 

2509 HP031 07 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 

2510 HP031 08 

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4803 HP031 09 

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4804 HP031 10 

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4805 HP031 11 

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4806 HP031 12 

" REGISTER FOR CO 

1108 HP031 13 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 

1110 HP032 01 
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lli 1 HP032 02 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 

1414 HP032 04 
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1415 HP032 05 

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5725 HP032 06 

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5726 HP032 07 

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5727 HP032 08 
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4031 HP032 09 
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4032 HP032 10 

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4033 HP032 11 

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4034 HP032 12 

" REGISTER FOR CO- 

6342 HP032 13 
" REGISTER FOR CO- 

6344 HP133 01 

6345 HP133 02 

2654 HP133 03 
8786 HP133 04 

2655 HP133 05 

2656 HP133 06 

2657 HP133 07 

2658 HP133 08 

2969 HP199 01 

2970 HP251 01 

2971 HP253 01 

2972 HP254 01 



3 CORE 
-REQUISITE 



3 CORE 
■REQUISITE 



3 CORE 
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-REQUISITE 



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ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 



WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
HP032 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
HP032 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
HP032 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
HP032 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
HP032 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
HP032 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD V 
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WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
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WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
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WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
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WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
HP031 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
HP031 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
HP031 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
HP031 ALSO 

WESTRN CULTURL TRAD VI 
HP031 ALSO 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

HON SEM:20TH C/TRDTN I 

READINGS AND RESEARCH 

MODERNITY AND THE SELF 

HONORS SEM:MEDICINE&LIT 

HON SEM:LAW,MED&PUBL POL 



INSTRUCTOR 

HOWARD 

HOWARD 

HEELING 

DUKET 

DUKET 

MADIGAN 

CONSTAS 

CONSTAS 

COLAIZZI 

MC DONOUGH 

BEHNEGAR 

BEHNEGAR 

FEYERHERM 

HOWARD 

HOWARD 

HEELING 

DUKET 

DUKET 

MADIGAN 

CONSTAS 

CONSTAS 

COLAIZZI 

MC DONOUGH 

BEHNEGAR 

BEHNEGAR 

MICHALCZYK 

MICHALCZYK 

MATTIS 
MATTIS 

VON HENDY 

GUILDERSON 

HUGHES 

COHEN 

COHEN 

O'CONNOR 

BREINES 

BREINES 

MICHALCZYK 

MICHALCZYK 

MICHALCZYK 

MATTIS 

VON HENDY 

GUILDERSON 

HUGHES 

COHEN 

COHEN 

O'CONNOR 

BREINES 

BREINES 

MICHALCZYK 

COHEN 

HUGHES 

MARTIN 

MARTIN 

WEISS 

MICHALCZYK 

APPLEYARD 

MAHIS 

O'CONNOR 

BOTWINIK 

HATEM 

PARIS 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

TTH9-10 50 

TTH 11-1250 

WF 9-10 50 

MWF10 30' 

MWF1230* 

MWF10 30' 

TTH 10-11 50 

TTH 1-2 50 

T TH 2-3 50 

TTH1 30-3 20 

MWF9* 

MWFir 

MWF9* 

TTH 9-10 50 

TTH 11-1250 

WF 9-10 50 

MWF10 30* 

MWF1230' 

MWF10 30* 

TTH 10-11 50 

TTH 1-2 50 

T TH 2-3 50 

T TH 1 30-3 20 

MWF9* 

MWF11* 

MW 9-10 50 

MW11-1250 

MW 10-11 50 
MW1-2 50 

MW 10-11 50 

M W 2-3 50 

TTH 10-11 50 

TTH 10-11 50 

T TH 2-3 50 

T TH 2-3 50 

TTH 10-11 50 

TTH1 30-3 20 
MW 9-10 50 
MW11-1250 
MW1-2 50 
MW 10-11 50 
M W 2-3 50 
TTH 10-11 50 
TTH 10-11 50 
T TH 2-3 50 
T TH 2-3 50 
TTH 10-11 50 

T TH 1 30-3 20 

M 3-5 30 
TTH1 30* 
TTH 10* 
TTH 3* 

MW1 30* 
TTH 3* 
TTH 10 30* 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



30 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING RODM TIME 



2973 HP299 01 3 

2974 HP399 01 6 

History 



ONE SENIOR HONORS THESIS O'CONNOR 

ONE SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE O'CONNOR 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



Although all modern history courses cover a common list of topics, they otherwise vary significantly Students 
course description In the catalog or on the web pages before they enroll in a particular core course. 

8057 HS001 01 3 CORE MODERN HISTORY I ROSSER 

** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS003 ALSO 



5344 HS003 01 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

0054 HS003 02 3 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

9943 HS003 03 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

0640 HS003 04 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

7983 HS003 05 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

5687 HS003 06 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

6564 HS003 07 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

0122 HS003 08 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

7524 HS003 09 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS001 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS001 ALSO 

7286 HS005 01 3 CORE MODERN HISTORY I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS007 ALSO 

7287 HS007 01 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

7288 HS007 02 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

7289 HS007 03 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

2511 HS007 04 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

2512 HS007 05 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
•* REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

4807 HS007 06 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

4808 HS007 07 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

4809 HS007 08 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

1112 HS007 09 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

1113 HS007 10 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

1114 HS007 11 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

1416 HS007 12 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS005 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS005 ALSO 

1417 HS011 01 3 CORE MODERN HISTORY I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS013 ALSO 

1418 HS013 01 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

5728 HS013 02 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

5729 HS013 03 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

4035 HS013 04 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

4036 HS013 05 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

4037 HS013 06 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

6346 HS013 07 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

9498 HS013 08 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

9206 HS013 09 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

5511 HS013 10 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

2321 HS013 11 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 

6384 HS013 12 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS011 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS011 ALSO 



6347 HS015 01 



CORE MODERN HISTORY I 



2660 HS017 01 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2661 HS017 02 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2662 HS017 03 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2975 HS017 04 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2976 HS017 05 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7290 HS017 06 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7291 HS017 07 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7292 HS017 08 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2513 HS017 09 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2514 HS017 10 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS01 5 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4810 HS017 11 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS015 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4811 HS017 12 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS01 5 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4812 HS017 13 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS01 5 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4813 HS017 14 CORE DISCUSSION GRP/HS01 5 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1115 HS019 01 3 CORE MODERN HISTORY I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS021 ALSO 



1116 HS021 01 CORE DISC GRP/HS019 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS019 ALSO 



DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

FLEMING 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

WOLFF 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

MURPHY 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

REINBURG 

DEPT 



are very strongly advised to read the 
WF10 
M9 
M10 
M11 
M12 
Ml 
M2 
M3 
M9 
M10 
MW11 
F9 
F10 
F10 
F11 
F11 
F12 
F12 
F1 
F1 
F2 
F2 
F3 

TTH11 
M9 
M10 
M10 
M11 
Mil 
M12 
M12 
M1 
M1 
M2 
M2 
MS 



MW3 

DISC.GRRASSIGNED 
IN CLASS BY PROF 



F9 

F9 

F10 

F10 

F11 

F11 

F12 

F12 

F1 

F1 

F2 

F2 

F3 

F3 

TTH10 

W9 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



1117 HS021 02 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1419 HS021 03 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1420 HS021 04 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5730 HS021 05 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5731 HS021 06 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5732 HS021 07 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4038 HS021 08 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6348 HS023 01 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6349 HS025 01 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2663 HS025 02 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2664 HS025 03 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2977 HS025 04 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2978 HS025 05 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7293 HS025 06 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7294 HS025 07 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2515 HS025 08 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1119 HS027 01 3 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1421 HS029 01 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1422 HS029 02 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2438 HS029 03 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2980 HS031 01 3 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2981 HS033 01 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7295 HS033 02 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2517 HS033 03 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2518 HS033 04 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4816 HS033 05 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4817 HS033 06 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1120 HS033 07 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1121 HS033 08 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1424 HS033 09 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5735 HS033 10 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5736 HS033 11 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4040 HS033 12 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6352 HS041 01 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6353 HS043 01 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2667 HS043 02 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2668 HS043 03 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2982 HS043 04 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2983 HS043 05 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7296 HS043 06 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5601 HS043 07 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5602 HS045 01 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5603 HS047 01 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5604 HS047 02 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5605 HS047 03 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7921 HS047 04 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7922 HS047 05 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

7923 HS047 06 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4244 HS047 07 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4245 HS047 08 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4573 HS051 01 3 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4574 HS053 01 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

8896 HS053 02 CORE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4091 HS053 03 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

8897 HS059 01 3 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4371 HS061 01 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

0724 HS061 02 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 



TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


BUILDING ROOM TIME 


DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W10 


HS019ALSQ 






DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W11 


HS019ALSO 






DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W11 


HS019ALSQ 






DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W12 


HS019ALSQ 






DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W1 


HS019ALSQ 






DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W2 


HS019ALSQ 






DISCGRP/HS019 


DEPT 


W3 


HS019ALSQ 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


GRIGGS 


MWF1 


HS025 ALSO 






DISCGRP/HS023 


DEPT 


M9 


HS023 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS023 


DEPT 


M10 


HS023 ALSO 






DISCGRP/HS023 


DEPT 


Mil 


HS023 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS023 


DEPT 


M12 


HS023 ALSO 






DISCGRP/HS023 


DEPT 


Ml 


HS023 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS023 


DEPT 


M1 


HS023 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS023 


DEPT 


M2 


HS023 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS023 


DEPT 


M3 


HS023 ALSO 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


DEPT 


MWF12 


HS029 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS027 


DEPT 


WIG 


HS027 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS027 


DEPT 


W12 


HS027 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS027 


DEPT 


W2 


HS027 ALSO 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


ROGERS 


TTH2 


HS033 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M9 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M10 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M10 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M10 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M11 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M12 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M12 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


Ml 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M1 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M2 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M2 


HS031 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GRP/HS031 


DEPT 


M3 


HS031 ALSO 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


DEPT 


MW2 


HS043 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


F9 


HS041 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


FIO 


HS041 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


F11 


HS041 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


F12 


HS041 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


F1 


HS041 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


F2 


HS041 ALSO 






DISCUSSION GROUP/HS041 


DEPT 


F3 


HS041 ALSO 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


FRIEDMAN 


TTH12 


HS047 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W9 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W10 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W10 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W11 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W12 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W1 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W2 


HS045 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS045 


DEPT 


W3 


HS045 ALSO 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


DEPT 


MWF9 


HS053 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS051 


DEPT 


F9 


HS051 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS051 


DEPT 


F11 


HS051 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS051 


DEPT 


F12 


HS051 ALSO 






MODERN HISTORY 1 


BRAUDE 


TTH1 


HS061 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS059 


DEPT 


W9 


HS059 ALSO 






DISC GRP/HS059 


DEPT 


W10 


HS059 ALSO 







Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



31 



NDEX 


COURSE CREDITS 


LEVEL 


TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


8761 HS061 03 CORE DISC GRP/HS059 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS059 ALSO 


DEPT 


2128 HS061 04 CORE DISC GRP/HS059 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS059 ALSO 


DEPT 


8898 HS063 01 4 CORE HONORS SURVEY 1 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


PERRY 


2089 


HS081 


01 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


REINERMAN 


9557 


HS081 


02 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


DEPT 


9558 


HS081 


03 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


DEPT 


9559 


HS081 


04 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


DEPT 


9560 


HS081 


05 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


DEPT 


9561 


HS081 


06 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


DEPT 


5889 


HS081 


07 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


DEPT 


5892 


HS094 


01 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


1 DEPT 


5893 


HS094 


02 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


1 DEPT 


5894 


HS094 


03 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


1 DEPT 


5895 


HS094 


04 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


1 DEPT 


5896 


HS094 


05 


3 


CORE 


MODERN HISTORY 


1 DEPT 


5512 


HS110 


01 


3 


ONE 


GERMANS AND THE 


HOLOCAUST HEINEMAN 


6224 


HS111 


01 


3 


ONE 


WAR IN VIETNAM 


PETILLO 


4521 


HS114 


01 


3 


ONE 


STALIN 


MANNING 


6231 


HS148 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRODUCTION TO 


FEMINISMS FRIEDMAN 


6232 HS153 01 3 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


ONE 


HISTORY OF CHINA 


WU 


0568 


HS181 


01 


3 


ONE 


AMERICAN CIVILIZA 


TION 1 QUIGLEY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS183 ALSO 

0569 HS181 02 3 ONE AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I 

0570 HS181 03 3 ONE AMERICAN CIVILIZATION I 

5606 HS183 01 ONE DISC SEC FOR HS181.01 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS181 ALSO 

5607 HS183 02 ONE DISC SEC FOR HS181.01 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS181 ALSO 

5608 HS183 03 ONE DISC SEC FOR HS181.01 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS181 ALSO 

5609 HS183 04 ONE DISC SEC FOR HS181.01 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE HS181 ALSO 

7925 HS192 01 3 ONE THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7056 HS210 01 

7929 HS213 01 

2318 HS215 01 

3153 HS221 01 

6096 HS245 01 

8901 HS246 01 

6679 HS252 01 

7769 HS253 01 



4249 HS268 01 3 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

4250 HS272 01 3 

4252 HS283 01 3 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



ONE SHAKESPEARE'S ENGLAND 

ONE U S FOR POL 8, SO AFRICA 

ONE GAY&LESBIAN HIS 1 895-1 995 

ONE HIS OF ULSTER CATHOLICS 

ONE JACKSONIAN AMERICA 

ONE BR SOC&LIT IN WORLD WAR I 

ONE HISTORY OF AMERICAN WEST 

ONE LAW & AMERICAN SOCIETY 

ONE COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA 

ONE INTRO/RUSSIAN,SOV,E EUR 

ONE AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY I 



2081 HS298 01 3 ONE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



3025 HS299 01 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2100 HS299 02 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2244 HS299 03 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0656 HS299 04 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2900 HS299 05 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8976 HS299 06 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8884 HS299 07 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0196 HS299 09 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1600 HS299 10 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2036 HS299 11 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2196 HS299 12 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2441 HS299 13 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8784 HS299 14 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1601 HS299 16 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4916 HS299 17 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1969 HS299 18 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3184 HS299 19 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8561 HS299 20 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0900 HS299 21 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1844 HS299 22 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1216 HS299 23 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4384 HS299 24 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5600 HS299 25 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7204 HS299 27 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5361 HS299 28 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1984 HS299 29 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5636 HS299 30 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



DEPT 

SINGLETON 

DEPT 

DEPTSLAWSKI 

DEPTSLAWSKI 

DEPTSLAWSKI 

HOWE/HEINEMAN 

GRIGGS 

WOODARD 

BREINES 

ELLIOTT 

O'CONNOR 

BODENHEIMER/WEILER 

JOHNSON 

GELFAND 

RESTALL 

MC NALLY/BAILEY 
MILLER 

NORTHRUP 

DEPT 

BRAUDE 

BREINES 

GRIGGS 

BUNIE 

CRONIN 

FLEMING 

FRIEDMAN 

GELFAND 

HEINEMAN 

LAWSON 

MANNING 

MC NALLY 

MURPHY 

NORTHRUP 

O'CONNOR 

O'NEILL 

PERRY 

PETILLO 

REINBURG 

REINERMAN 

ROGERS 

ROSSER 

SPAGNOLI 

TAYLOR 

VAN DOREN 

WEILER 



W12 


W1 


MW10 


F 10-11 50 


MWF1 


MWF9 


MWF12 


MWF2 


TTH9' 


T TH 1 30* 


TTH3' 


MWF9 


MWF11 


MWF12 


TTH9' 


TTH12* 


MWF10 


TTH3* 


TTH12* 


T4 30* 


TTH12* 



MWF10 

MWF9 
TTH9* 
W9 

W10 

W12 

W1 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF11 
T6-9 
TTH3* 
TTH1 30* 
TTH10 30* 
TTH1 30* 
MWF1 
TTH9' 
MWF12 

TTH12* 
MWF11 

T TH 1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



3185 HS299 31 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3316 HS299 32 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9961 HS299 33 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9616 HS299 34 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6900 HS299 35 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9136 HS299 36 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



WOLFF 



JOHNSON 



LEVENSON-ESTRADA 



5345 HS300 16 3 TWO 
** FOR HISTORY MAJORS ONLY 

2504 HS300 27 3 TWO 
** FOR HISTORY MAJORS ONLY 

1912 HS300 41 3 TWO 
** FOR HISTORY MAJORS ONLY 

8729 HS300 54 3 TWO 
** FOR HISTORY MAJORS ONLY 

9241 HS300 55 3 TWO 
** FOR HISTORY MAJORS ONLY 

2434 HS300 57 3 TWO 
** FOR HISTORY MAJORS ONLY 

8904 HS303 01 3 THREE 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

0666 HS343 01 3 THREE 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

5633 HS367 01 3 THREE 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

7237 HS373 01 3 THREE 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

9844 HS376 01 3 THREE 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



LYERLY 



ROGERS 



STUDY/WRITING OF HISTORY 

STUDY/WRITING OF HISTORY MC HUGH 

STUDY/WRITING OF HISTORY ROSSER 

STUDY/WRITING OF HISTORY CRONIN 

STUDY/WRITING OF HISTORY JOHNSON 

STUDY/WRITING OF HISTORY RESTALL 

RISE OF MODERN CHINA WU 

RISE & FALL/OTTOMAM EMP BRAUDE 

DEATH IN EL SALVADOR LEVENSON-ESTRADA 

SLAVE SOC IN CARIB&LAT AM TAYLOR 

WOMEN&GENDER IN LATIN AM LEVENSON-ESTRADA 



7238 HS392 01 

7239 HS397 01 
6367 HS401 01 
0225 HS418 01 
6145 HS431 01 
8969 HS441 01 
9562 HS453 01 
0668 HS489 01 
3341 HS530 01 
5216 HS546 01 
5900 HS551 01 
6233 HS621 01 
7771 HS623 01 



THREE 
THREE 
THREE 
THREE 
THREE 



IMMIGRATION SINCE 1900 

SPORTS 

THE REFORMATION 

P0L/LIT/18-19THC IRELAND 

UNITED IRISH TO PARTITION 



THREE RISE OF MOD GERMANY I 



THREE 
THREE 
THREE 



RUSSIAN HIST/TO REVOL 
FRANCE IN 19TH CENTURY 
TECHNOLOGY IN THE U.S. 



THREE AMER IDEAS & INSTS/II 



THREE 
THREE 
THREE 



6235 HS665 01 3 THREE 



U.S. 1912-1945 

CAPSTONEIESSONS/WAR ZONE 
UN SEM:EURDIPL CRISES 
SEM:COLL TEACH:WOMEN'S ST 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1176 HS671 01 3 THREE POSTMODERNISM 

6940 HS685 01 3 THREE FALL OF COMMUNISM IN RUSS 

6237 HS691 01 3 TWO HONORS PROJECT&THESIS I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0572 HS692 01 3 TWO HONORS PROJECT&THESIS II 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0573 HS695 01 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF COLL PROJ I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8281 HS799 01 

3124 HS799 02 

0001 HS799 03 

0816 HS799 04 

5025 HS799 05 

7744 HS799 06 

7041 HS799 07 

8176 HS799 08 

6496 HS799 09 

1602 HS799 10 

0574 HS799 11 

0575 HS799 12 

5610 HS799 13 

5611 HS799 14 

5612 HS799 16 

5613 HS799 17 

7930 HS799 18 

7931 HS799 19 

7932 HS799 20 

7933 HS799 21 

7934 HS799 22 

4253 HS799 23 

4254 HS799 24 

4255 HS799 25 

4256 HS799 27 

4257 HS799 28 

4578 HS799 29 

4579 HS799 30 

4580 HS799 31 

4581 HS799 32 

8906 HS799 33 

8907 HS799 34 

8908 HS799 35 

8909 HS799 36 

8910 HS801 01 6 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

4845 HS838 01 3 GRAD 

2256 HS865 01 3 GRAD 

9089 HS871 01 3 GRAD 

7244 HS888 01 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9565 HS896 01 

9566 HS913 01 



3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS 8. RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 
THESIS SEMINAR 

COLLWORLD HISTORY 
COLLOQ:ENLIGHTENMENT 
C0LL:U.S.T01877 
INTERIM STUDY 

3 GRAD CORE C0LL0Q:EARLY MOD EUR 

3 GRAD SEM:CAROLINGIAN/ANGLO-SAX 



BUNIE 

BUNIE 

REINBURG 

O'NEILL/DALSIMER 

SAVAGE 

HEINEMAN 

MC NALLY 

SPAGNOLI 

STAUDENMAIER 

LAWSON 

GELFAND 

PETILLO 

REINERMAN 

FRIEDMAN 

BREINES/LAWSON 

MANNING 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BRAUDE 

BREINES 

GRIGGS 

BUNIE 

CRONIN 

FLEMING 

FLORESCU 

FRIEDMAN 

GELFAND 

HEINEMAN 

LAWSON 

MANNING 

MC NALLY 

MURPHY 

NORTHRUP 

O'CONNOR 

O'NEILL 

PERRY 

PETILLO 

REINBURG 

REINERMAN 

ROGERS 

ROSSER 

SPAGNOLI 

TAYLOR 

VAN DOREN 

WEILER 

WOLFF 

WU 

JOHNSON 

LEVENSON-ESTRADA 

LYERLY 

RESTALL 

DEPT 

NORTHRUP 
WOLFF 
O'CONNOR 
DEPT 

REINBURG 
FLEMING 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



TH3-5 



M3-5 



M2-4 



TTH9* 



T3-5 



TTH10 30* 

MWF12 

MWF9 

TTH1 30* 

TTH10 30* 

MWF1 

MWF2 

TTH9* 

MWF10 

TTH10 30* 

MWF12 

TTH12* 

W 3-5 30 

W3-5 

T 5 30-7 30 

M3-5 
TH3-5 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH4-6 

T 3-5 30 

T3-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH4-6 
M4-6 



32 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



7776 HS937 01 3 
4739 HS979 01 3 



GRAD 
GRAD 



9569 HS998 01 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



5901 HS999 01 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



SEM IN MOD EUROPEAN HIS CRONIN 

SEM:P0L8,CUL IN AM HISTORY OUIGLEY 
DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES DEPT 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DEPT 



Law 



5903 LL320 01 2 GRAD IMMIGRATION PRACTICUM 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5904 LL321 01 
2336 LL333 01 

5905 LL336 01 

6238 LL348 01 

6239 LL349 01 
** REGISTER FOR CO 

6240 LL350 01 
** REGISTER FOR CO 



GRAD 
GRAD 



ENVIRON LEGAL HISTORY 
LAW, SOCIETY CULTURE 



GRAD AMERICAN JURY 

GRAD LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE 



3 GRAD WOMEN.LAW AND COURTS 
-REQUISITE LL350 ALSO 



4 GRAD WOMEN.LAW&CRTS CLINICAL 
-REQUISITE LL349 ALSO 



KANSTROOM 

SHUTKIN/LORD 
BILDER 

GERTNER 

WELLS 

ESPINOZA 

ESPINOZA 



6241 


LL354 


01 


3 


GRAD 


HEALTH LAW POLICY 1 


BARON/HEIFETZ 


4016 


LL356 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW SEM 


BECKMAN 


0576 


LL360 


01 


2 


GRAD 


INTRO TO ACCOUNTING 


HOLTZ 


0577 


LL361 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FAMILY LAW SEMIIFE CYCLE 


HOWE 


0578 


LL363 


01 


4 


GRAD 


PATENT LAW&POLICY 


SMITH 


0579 


LL364 


01 


2 


GRAD 


ESTATE PLAN:ELDERLY8,DISAB 


MARGOLIS 


5614 


LL368 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTER TELECOMM LAW 


LEAHY 


8123 


LL369 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COMP PROFESSIONAL RESPON 


MC MORROW 


5615 


LL379 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY 


HILLINGER 


5616 


LL382 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ASIAN AMERICANS&LAW 


YEN 


5617 


LL383 


01 


3 


GRAD 


WHITE COLLAR CRIME 


BROWN/BECKMAN 


7935 


LL384 


01 


3 


GRAD 


POSTMODERN LEGAL THEORY 


FARLEY 


7936 


LL387 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ADV CON LAW-FEDERALISM 


BROWN 


7937 


LL388 


01 


3 


GRAD 


JUVENILE JUSTICE SEMINAR 


SHERMAN 


7938 


LL390 


01 


2 


GRAD 


JUVEN RGTS ADVOC II, FALL 


SHERMAN 


4258 


LL393 


01 


2 


GRAD 


DEATH PENALTY SEMINAR 


GOLDFARB 


4259 


LL398 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CURRISS IN CIVIL RIGHTS 


PATRICK 


5269 


LL399 


01 


3 


GRAD 


SEL TOP IN COMPLEX LITIG 


SPIEGEL 


4260 


LL400 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CHAN PARADIGMS OF ID&COMM 


ROSS 


4261 


LL402 


01 


1 


GRAD 


INTRO TO FRENCH LEGAL SYS 


BORRILLO 


3601 


LL407 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ADV CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 


BROWN 


8282 


LL412 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTELLECT PROPERTY SURVEY 


SMITH 



4582 LL423 01 3 

4583 LL436 01 3 

4584 LL439 01 3 



GRAD INTlLAWllNTLORGS FOX 

GRAD INTERNATL HUMAN RIGHTS FOX 



GRAD EUROPEAN UNION LAW 



4585 LL441 01 3 GRAD CORPORATE PLANNG/COUNSELN 

4586 LL449 01 2 GRAD ADV PROPERTY:COMMER LEASE 

5396 LL450 01 3 GRAD ENVIRON LAW ADV:TCHNG SEM 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8911 LL469 01 3 GRAD ADV ENVIR LAW:TOXIC TORTS 

8912 LL471 02 GRAD APPELLATE ADVOCACY 

7245 LL491 01 4 GRAD PRETRIAL LITIGATION 

7246 LL496 01 2 GRAD JUDGE&COMMUNITY CRTS SEM 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL498 ALSO 

9570 LL498 01 2 GRAD JUDGE&COMM CRTS(CLIN) 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL496 ALSO 



LICHTENSTEIN 

SARGEANT 

KASS/SPERBER 

PLATER 

HASHIMOTO 
CAREY 
MINUSKIN 
CRATSLEY/CONNORS 

CRATSLEY/CONNORS 



9571 


LL617 


01 


2 


GRAD 


BOARD OF STUDENT ADVISORS 


SQUIERS 


9572 


LL618 


01 


3 


GRAD 


NATL ADM/ENV LAW MOOT CRT 


PLATER 


5906 


LL622 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MENTAL HEALTH LAW 


FLACKEH 


6497 


LL623 


02 


3 


GRAD 


PROF RESPONS SEM 


COQUILLETTE 


5907 


LL630 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW 


BROWN 


5908 


LL632 


01 


3 


GRAD 


JURISPRUDENCE 


FITZGIBBON 


6242 


LL635 


01 


3 


GRAD 


NATIONAL SECURITY LAW 


BERNEY 


6243 


LL666 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II 


BECKMAN 


0580 


LL666 


02 


3 


GRAD 


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II 


BERNEY 


0581 


LL667 


01 


3 


GRAD 


HOUSING POLICY & LAW 


SMIZIK 


5618 


LL677 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MERGERS/ACQUISITIONS 


GENNARI 


5619 


LL680 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ADVOCACY WRITING 


CHIRBA-MARTIN 


7939 


LL680 


02 


3 


GRAD 


ADVOCACY WRITING 


CHIRBA-MARTIN 


7940 


LL682 


01 


4 


GRAD 


COMM LAW:SEC TRANS 


HILLINGER 


7941 


LL684 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FAM LAW:CHILD,PARENTSTAT 


HOWE 


4262 


LL689 


01 


3 


GRAD 


LIFE 8, DEATH DECISIONS 


BARON/HEIFETZ 


4263 


LL696 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNATL TRADE 


LICHTENSTEIN 


4264 


LL705 


01 


5 


GRAD 


CONTRACTS 


BERRY 



4587 LL705 02 5 GRAD CONTRACTS 



4588 LL705 03 5 

8913 LL709 01 

8914 LL709 02 

8915 LL709 03 

7247 LL719 01 5 

7248 LL719 02 5 

9573 LL719 03 5 

9574 LL722 01 3 

5909 LL723 01 3 

5910 LL731 01 3 
2596 LL733 01 4 



GRAD CONTRACTS 

GRAD PROPERTY 

GRAD PROPERTY 

GRAD PROPERTY 

GRAD TORTS 

GRAD TORTS 

GRAD TORTS 

GRAD SUPREME COURT SEMINAR 

GRAD PARTNERSHP:TRANS/PLAN/TAX 

GRAD ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 

GRAD BUSINESS BANKRUPTCY 



KAT2 

ROGERS 
AOKI 

PLATER 

BILDER 

MC MORROW 

WELLS 

WELLS 

DILUNA/SMITH 

REPETTI 

AOKI 

HILLINGER 



TIME 


INDEX COURSE CREDITS 


LEVEL 


TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


W3-5 


5911 


LL739 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CONFLICTS OF LAW 


LEAHY 


M3-5 


6244 


LL741 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CRIMINAL LAW 


BECKMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5364 


LL741 


03 


3 


GRAD 


CRIMINAL LAW 


FOX 




0582 


LL745 


01 





GRAD 


TRIAL PRACTICE/EVIDENCE 


ARONSON/INKER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0583 


LL746 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COPYRIGHT 


YEN 




5620 


LL747 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FAMILY LAW 


KATZ 




5621 
7942 


LL749 
LL750 


01 
01 


3 
4 


GRAD 
GRAD 


IMMIGRATION LAW 
CORPORATIONS 


KANSTROOM 




BRUDNEY 




7943 


LL750 


02 


4 


GRAD 


CORPORATIONS 


BRUDNEY 


T 3 30-5 30 


1449 


LL750 


03 


4 


GRAD 


CORPORATIONS 


GREENFIELD 


LTD:15KCL104 


7129 


LL752 


01 


2 


GRAD 


INTL ASPECT U.S. INC TAX 


AULT 




7604 


LL757 


01 


3 


GRAD 


LABOR LAW 1 


KOHLER 




6027 


LL767 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ENGLISH LEGAL HISTORY 


COQUILLETTE 




9316 


LL771 


01 


3 


GRAD 


REG OF PROFESS ATHLETICS 


BERRY 




9227 


LL777 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TAXATION II 


AULT 




7944 


LL780 


01 


2 


GRAD 


UIRG POLICY 


LYONS 


F 10-12 


4265 


LL783 


01 


2 


GRAD 


TRIAL PRACTICE 


CHERNOFF 




4589 


LL783 


02 


2 


GRAD 


TRIAL PRACTICE 


CURTIN 


W 2 30-4 20 


4590 


LL783 


03 


2 


GRAD 


TRIAL PRACTICE 


MC EVQY 


LTD:15KCL104 


4591 


LL783 


04 


2 


GRAD 


TRIAL PRACTICE 


PRINCE 




8916 


LL786 


01 


3 


GRAD 


U.L.L. SEMINAR 


ANDERSON 




" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL871 ALSO 






8917 


LL790 


01 


3 


GRAD 


3RD WORLD LAW JOURNAL 


DILUNA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7249 


LL795 


01 


4 


GRAD 


TAXATION 1 


REPETTI 


LTD:15 

















BUILDING ROOM TIME 



T3-5 



TH1-3 



TTH3 30* 



M W 3 30* 
KCL300E 



W4-6 
RM.406 



MTTH230 
KCL207 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



W 3 30-5 30 
LTD:25 



MTTH230 



Ml* 

W1* 



MTTH230 



TW1* 

F1 



MTTH10 



Mil 
T TH 1 1 * 



M TH 1 1 * 
Til 



Ml 
TTH1* 



Ml* 
TTH1* 



M 1-10 50 
TTH1* 



M10 
WF11* 



M3 30 
T TH 3 30* 



T TH 3 30* 



T9 

WF8 30* 



7250 LL796 01 GRAD LEGAL REASON, RES&WRITING 



9575 LL796 02 GRAD LEGAL REASON, RES&WRITING MCEWEN 



5912 LL796 03 GRAD 

5913 LL796 04 GRAD 



LEGAL REASON, RES&WRITING 
LEGAL REASON, RES&WRITING 



6245 LL796 05 GRAD LEGAL REASON, RES&WRITING 

6246 LL796 06 GRAD LEGAL REASON, RES&WRITING 

0584 LL797 01 3 GRAD ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH 

0585 LL799 01 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8918 LL799 02 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8919 LL799 03 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1241 LL799 04 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1242 LL799 05 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1243 LL799 06 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1244 LL799 07 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1245 LL799 08 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1246 LL799 09 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1247 LL799 10 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7584 LL799 11 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7585 LL799 12 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7586 LL799 13 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7587 LL799 14 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7588 LL799 15 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7589 LL799 16 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7590 LL799 17 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7591 LL799 18 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7592 LL799 19 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7945 LL799 20 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7946 LL799 21 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2276 LL799 22 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2277 LL799 23 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2278 LL799 24 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2279 LL799 25 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2280 LL799 26 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2281 LL799 27 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2282 LL799 28 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 

2283 LL799 29 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0625 LL799 30 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0626 LL799 31 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2084 LL799 32 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0627 LL799 33 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0628 LL799 35 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0629 LL799 36 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



BLUM 
GIONFRIDDQ 

KELLER 
BARNETT 
SULLIVAN 
SHERMAN 

BARON 

ANSALDI 

BERNEY 

BILDER 

BLOOM 

BARNETT 

BLUM 

BRODIN 

BROWN 

MC MORROW 

DONOVAN 

DILUNA 

ESPINOZA 

FARLEY 

FITZGIBBON 

FOX 

GIONFRIDDQ 

FLACKETT 

GREENFIELD 

HASHIMOTO 

HERRMANN 

HILLINGER 

HOWE 

COQUILLETTE 

KANSTROOM 

KATZ 

WYLIE 
LICHTENSTEIN 

MADOFF 

ALLEYNE 

BECKMAN 

MINUSKIN 

O'CONNOR 

PLATER 



TTH11* 
T TH 3 30* 



Til 
WTH11* 



T 2 30-4 30 
LTD:20KCL104 

TTH1* 

WF11* 

MW4-6 

WF11* 



F 9 30-12 30 
KCL104 



M3 30 
T TH 3 30* 

M9 
W9 
TH10 

TF10 
W9 



MTH10 

W9 

KCL207 

TWF10 

TWF10 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



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INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



0630 LL799 37 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0631 LL799 38 1 GRADINDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2984 LL799 39 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2985 LL799 42 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2986 LL799 43 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2987 LL799 44 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9329 LL799 45 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9330 LL799 46 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9331 LL799 47 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9332 LL799 48 1 GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9333 LL815 01 3 GRAD TRUSTS AND ESTATES I 
5050 LL842 01 3 GRAD FIRST AMENDMENT 



INSTRUCTOR 

REPETTI 

ROGERS 

TRACY 

SMITH 

SMITH 

SPIEGEL 

TREMBLAY 

YEN 

SOIFER 

WELLS 

SLIZEWSKI 
FARLEY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



9334 LL856 01 GRAD ATTY GEN CLINICAL PROG 1 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL858 ALSO 


BARNICO 


9335 LL858 01 GRAD ATTY GEN CLIN PROG SEM 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL856 ALSO 


BARNICO 


9336 LL864 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COMPARATIVE LAW 


ANSALDI 


9685 LL871 01 10 GRAD U.L.L. 
*• REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL786 ALSO 


ANDERSON 


9686 LL886 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNATIONAL LAW 1 


NICHOLSON 


9687 LL904 01 3 GRAD CRIMINAL PROCESS 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL935 ALSO 


KANSTROOM 


9284 LL908 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FOUNDATIONS/WESTERN LAW 


KOHLER 


9688 LL911 


01 


3 


GRAD 


COMMERCIAL LAW: SALES 


ANSALDI 


9689 LL918 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION 


BRODIN 


9690 LL928 


01 


4 


GRAD 


HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW 


SMITH 


4041 LL930 


01 


2 


GRAD 


DISPUTE NEGOTIATION 


WHITE 


4042 LL935 


01 


4 


GRAD 


CRIMINAL PROCESS/CLASS 


KANSTROOM 



** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE LL904 ALSO 

6282 LL940 01 3 GRAD ANTI-TRUST TRADE REGULATI 



4043 LL943 01 3 GRAD 

4044 LL943 02 3 GRAD 
4682 LL949 01 3 GRAD 



4045 


LL952 


01 


3 


GRAD 


4046 


LL955 


01 


2 


GRAD 


4047 


LL969 


01 


4 


GRAD 


8920 


LL978 


01 


6 


GRAD 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 


8921 


LL979 


01 


3 


GRAD 


" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 


1248 


LL981 


01 


3 


GRAD 


1249 


LL982 


01 


3 


GRAD 


1250 


LL983 


01 


3 


GRAD 


1251 


LL987 


01 


3 


GRAD 


1252 


LL989 


01 


3 


GRAD 


7593 


LL993 


01 


4 


GRAD 


7594 


LL996 


01 


3 


GRAD 


2427 


LL996 


02 


3 


GRAD 


7595 


LL998 


01 


5 


GRAD 



CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 
REGULA FINANCIAL INSTITUT 

LAW,VALUES,PROF IND 
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILI 
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 

LAWYERING PROCESS-INTRO 
LL979 ALSO 

LAWYERING PROCESS-CLASS 
LL978 ALSO 

JESSOP INT'L LAW MOOT CRT 

NATIONAL MOOT COURT 

U.C.C. REPORTER DIGEST 

INT'L COMP LAW REVIEW 

ENVIR AFFAIRS LAW REVIEW 

ESTATE AND GIFT TAX 

EVIDENCE 

EVIDENCE 

CIVIL PROCEDURE 



7596 LL998 02 5 GRAD CIVIL PROCEDURE 



7947 LL998 03 5 GRAD CIVIL PROCEDURE 



7948 LL999 01 3 GRAD LAW REVIEW 



DONOVAN 

BLOOM 
GOLDFARB 

LICHTENSTEIN 

FLACKEH/MALLEY 

MAFFEI 

PLATER 

SMITH/MINUSKIN7TRE 

SMITH/MINUSKIN7TRE 

DONOVAN 

DONOVAN 

HILLINGER 

NICHOLSON 

PLATER 

MADOFF 

HASHIMOTO 

BRODIN 

SPIEGEL 

ALLEYNE 

BLOOM 
DILUNA 



Accounting 



2284 


MA021 


01 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


DEPT 


"COURSE HELD 










2285 


MA021 


02 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


DEPT 


"COURSE HELD 










2286 


MA021 


03 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


KRISHNAMOORTHY 


2287 


MA021 


04 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


KRISHNAMOORTHY 


0632 


MA021 


05 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


KRISHNAMOORTHY 


0633 


MA021 


06 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


HARWOOD 


0634 


MA021 


07 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


HARWOOD 


0635 


MA021 


08 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


HOLTZ 


2988 


MA021 


09 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


DEPT 


2989 


MA021 


10 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


DEPT 


2990 


MA021 


11 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


SCHWARTZ 


9337 


MA021 


12 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


PAWLICZEK 


9338 


MA021 


13 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


PAWLICZEK 


0863 


MA021 


15 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 


SCHIMMEL 


9340 


MA022 


01 


3 


TWO 


MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 


WARREN 


9691 


MA022 


02 


3 


TWO 


MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 


SINGLE 


9693 


MA031 


01 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL ACCTG-HONORS 


CORSINI 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




9694 


MA301 


01 


3 


TWO 


FINAN ACCT STDS7THE0RY 1 


CORSINI 


4048 


MA301 


02 


3 


TWO 


FINAN ACCT STDS7THE0RY 1 


SOO 


4049 


MA301 


03 


3 


TWO 


FINAN ACCT STDS7THE0RY 1 


SOO 


4050 


MA302 


01 


3 


TWO 


FINAN ACCT STDS7THE0RY II 


PAWLICZEK 


4051 


MA307 


01 


3 


TWO 


MANAGERIAL COST ANALYSIS 


DALY 


8922 


MA307 


02 


3 


TWO 


MANAGERIAL COST ANALYSIS 


DALY 


8923 


MA309 


01 


3 


TWO 


AUDIT/ANALYS/ACCTINFSYS 


WRIGHT 


1253 


MA309 


02 


3 


TWO 


AUDIT/ANALYS/ACCTINFSYS 


WRIGHT 


7162 


MA351 


01 


3 


ONE 


FIN STATEMENT ANALYSIS 


MANZON 



MWF10 



T 10-12 
LTD:20KCL104 



MW8 30* 



TTH8 30* 
KCL207 



M W 3 30* 
M W 3 30* 



TWF10 
KCL300E 

TTH8 30* 

MW3 30* 

TTH11* 
LTD:20 KCL207 

T TH 3 30* 



M11 

TTH11* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



T4-6 
KCL207 



TWTHF10 



MWF10 

T TH 8 30* 
F9 

M9 

W1* 
TH 8 30* 

TW3 30* 
F9 



MWF10 



MWF11 


MWF12 


MWF1 


MWF1 


MWF2 


MW3* 


TTH9* 


TTH10 30 


TTH12* 


TTH12* 


TTH130* 


TTH3* 


TTH9* 


TTH10 30 


TTH12* 


TTH10 30 


MWF2 


MWF1 


TTH9* 


TTH12* 


T TH 1 30* 


T TH 1 30* 


TTH3* 


TH 4 30-7 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



1254 MA399 01 3 TWO DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



COHEN 



7597 


MA402 


01 


3 


TWO 


THEORY/CONTEMP ISS/ACCTG 


TROMPETER 


7598 


MA402 


02 


3 


TWO 


THEORY/CONTEMP ISS/ACCTG 


TROMPFTER 


7599 


MA405 


01 


3 


TWO 


FEDERAL TAXATION 


SINGLE 


7949 


MA701 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ACCOUNTING 


SCHWARTZ 


2288 


MA713 


01 


2 


GRAD 


ACCOUNTING 


WILSON 


2289 


MA713 


02 


2 


GRAD 


ACCOUNTING 


WILSON 


2290 


MA804 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FINAN STATEMNT ANALY 


MANZON 


0357 


MA811 


01 


3 


ONE 


ASSURANCE&CONSULTING SERV 


WRIGHT 


2291 


MA830 


01 


3 


GRAD 


REPT/CONTROLS/INTNL BUS 


O'REILLY 


0637 


MA895 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ADV TOP/FIN&ACCT HI-TECH 


NEBLE/MINIHANE 


0638 


MA899 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIRECTED READ/RESEARCH 


COHEN 



Organizational Studies/Human Resource Management 



2991 


MB021 


01 


3 


ONE 


2992 


MB021 


02 


3 


ONE 


9342 


MB021 


04 


3 


ONE 


9343 


MB021 


05 


3 


ONE 


9344 


MB021 


06 


3 


ONE 


9695 


MB021 


07 


3 


ONE 


9696 


MB021 


08 


3 


ONE 


9697 


MB110 


01 


3 


ONE 


1976 


MB119 


01 


3 


ONE 


8540 


MB145 


01 


3 


ONE 


4053 


MB299 


01 


3 


ONE 



ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
HUMAN RESOURCES MGMT 
INTERPERS COMMUN/ORGANIZ 
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 
INDEPENDENT STUDY 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4054 MB299 02 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4055 MB299 03 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8924 MB299 04 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8925 MB299 05 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8926 MB299 06 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1256 MB299 07 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1257 MB299 08 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1258 MB299 09 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7600 MB299 10 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7601 MB299 11 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7951 MB313 01 

7953 MB709 01 

2292 MB709 02 

2293 MB712 01 
0639 MB712 02 



0641 MB805 01 3 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 ONE PERSONNEL 8, ORG RESEARCH 

3 GRAD MANAGING PEOPLE/ORGANIZTN 

3 GRAD MANAGING PEOPLE/ORGANIZTN 

2 GRAD MANAGING PEOPLE/ORGANIZTN 

2 GRAD MANAGING PEOPLE/ORGANIZTN 

CONSULTING:THEORY/PRACT 
Y 

2993 MB811 01 3 GRAD ADV TOPICS/ORGANIZ BEHAV 

2994 MB850 01 3 GRAD MICRO-ORG THEORY 

9345 MB852 01 3 GRAD PERSP/INDIV/ORG CHANGE 

9346 MB853 01 3 GRAD ORG CHANGE/TRANSFORMATION 

9347 MB871 01 3 GRAD QUANT RESEARCH METHODS 

9698 MB872 01 3 GRAD RESEARCH SEMINAR I 

9699 MB873 01 3 GRAD RESEARCH SEMINAR II 
DIRECTED READINGS 



9700 MB897 01 3 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4056 MB897 02 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4057 MB897 03 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4058 MB897 04 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8927 MB897 05 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8928 MB897 06 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1259 MB897 07 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1260 MB897 08 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1261 MB897 09 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7602 MB897 10 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7603 MB897 11 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7629 MB898 01 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7954 MB898 02 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2294 MB898 03 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2295 MB898 04 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2296 MB898 05 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0642 MB898 06 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0643 MB898 07 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0644 MB898 08 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2995 MB898 09 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2996 MB898 10 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2997 MB898 11 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



HE 

DEPARTMENT 

RAELIN 

CLAIR 

CLAIR 

LEWIS 

LEWIS 

GORDON 

BORGAHI 

STEVENSON 

BARTUNEK 

CLAIR 

CREED 

FISHER 

GORDON 

JONES 

LEWIS 

NIELSEN 

STEVENSON 

TORBERT 

BORGATTI 

BORGATTI 

CREED 

CREED 

JONES 

JONES 

HARRIS 

LEWIS 

GORDON 

BARTUNEK 

NIELSEN 

STEVENSON 

BARTUNEK 

BARTUNEK 

BARTUNEK 

CLAIR 

CREED 

FISHER 

GORDON 

JONES 

LEWIS 

NIELSEN 

STEVENSON 

TORBERT 

BORGAHI 

BARTUNEK 

CLAIR 

CREED 

FISHER 

GORDON 

JONES 

LEWIS 

NIELSEN 

STEVENSON 

TORBERT 

BORGATTI 



BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

W 7-9 30 

CORE TIME 

CORE TIME 

TH 7-9 30 

T 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

M 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF10 

MWF11 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH3* 
T 7-9 30 
W 7-9 30 
CORE TIME 
CORE TIME 
T 7-9 30 

M 7-9 30 
M 1-3 30 
T 3-5 30 
T 3-5 30 
W 1-3 30 
M 1-3 30 
M 1-3 30 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



34 



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INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



9348 MB899 01 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9349 MB899 02 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9350 MB899 03 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9701 MB899 04 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9702 MB899 05 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9703 MB899 06 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4059 MB899 07 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4060 MB899 08 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4061 MB899 09 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8929 MB899 10 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8930 MB899 11 3 GRAD INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1262 MB999 01 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY ** DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



1263 MB999 02 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY ** DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



7630 MB999 03 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY ** DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



2297 MB999 04 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY ** DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



2298 MB999 05 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
"DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



2299 MB999 06 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



0645 MB999 07 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



0646 MB999 08 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



2998 MB999 09 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



2999 MB999 10 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



9351 MB999 11 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " DOCTORAL STUDENTS 



BARTUNEK 



CREED 



GORDON 



LEWIS 



STEVENSON 



BORGATTI 



BARTUNEK 
ONLY 



CLAIR 
ONLY 



CREED 
ONLY 



FISHER 
ONLY 



GORDON 
ONLY 



JONES 
ONLY 



LEWIS 
ONLY 



NIELSEN 
ONLY 



STEVENSON 
ONLY 



TORBERT 
ONLY 



BORGATTI 
ONLY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



Computer Sciences 



9352 


MC021 


01 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


PEREZ 


9704 


MC021 


02 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


PEREZ 


9705 


MC021 


03 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


KUGEL 


9706 


MC021 


04 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


AMES 


4062 


MC021 


05 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


HORNE 


4063 


MC021 


06 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


HORNE 


2400 


MC021 


07 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


AMES 


2401 


MC021 


08 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MANAGEMENT 


AMES 


2404 


MC031 


01 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTERS IN MGMT-HONORS 


GIPS 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




2405 


MC074 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRO TOPICS IN COMP SCI 


OLIVIERI 


2406 


MCI 40 


01 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 


KUGEL 


2407 


MCI 40 


02 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 


GIPS 


2408 


MCI 40 


03 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 


CLOTE 


4761 


MC141 


01 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE II 


BETKE 


4762 


MC141 


02 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTER SCIENCE II 


BETKE 


4763 


MCI 60 


01 


3 


ONE 


COMPUTER ORG&ASSEM LANG 


SIGNORILE 


4766 


MC252 


01 


3 


ONE 


SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 


PICCIANO 


4767 


MC254 


01 


3 


ONE 


BUSINESS SYSTEMS 


SCIORE 


4814 


MC274 


01 


3 


ONE 


TOPICS IN MIS 


DUPUIS 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




5295 


MC290 


01 


3 


ONE 


MULTIMEDIA PROGRAMMING 


OLIVIERI 


5047 


MC363 


01 


3 


TWO 


COMPUTER NETWORKS 


SIGNORILE 


6565 


MC365 


01 


3 


ONE 


SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 


SCIORE 


1126 


MC383 


01 


3 


TWO 


ALGORITHMS 


CLOTE 


1127 


MC397 


01 


3 


ONE 


HONORS THESIS 


DEPT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




1128 


MC399 


01 


3 


ONE 


READINGS/COMPUTER SCIENCE 


DEPT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




5363 


MC611 


01 


3 


ONE 


DIGITAL SYSTEMS LAB 


AMES 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




3307 


MC670 


01 


3 


THREE 


TECHNOLOGY & CULTURE 


GRIFFITH 


1132 


MC833 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TELECOMMUNICATIONS MGMT 


FONTANELLA 



Operations/Strategic Management 



1489 


MD021 


01 


3 


ONE 


1490 


MD021 


02 


3 


ONE 


1491 


MD021 


03 


3 


ONE 


1492 


MD021 


04 


3 


ONE 


1493 


MD021 


05 


3 


ONE 


1494 


MD021 


06 


3 


ONE 


1284 


MD031 


01 


3 


ONE 


1495 


MD099 


01 


3 


ONE 


1496 


MD099 


02 


3 


ONE 


5856 


MD099 


03 


3 


ONE 


5857 


MD099 


04 


3 


ONE 


5858 


MD099 


05 


3 


ONE 


5859 


MD099 


06 


3 


ONE 


5860 


MD100 


01 


3 


ONE 


6725 


MD240 


01 


3 


ONE 


4466 


MD240 


02 


3 


ONE 


0144 


MD253 


01 


3 


ONE 


5861 


MD299 


01 


3 


ONE 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION 

5862 MD299 02 3 ONE 

5863 MD299 03 3 ONE 



ONLY 



MANAGEMENT 8, OPERATIONS 

MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS 

MANAGEMENT 8, OPERATIONS 

MANAGEMENT & OPERATIONS 

MANAGEMENT 8, OPERATIONS 

MANAGEMENT 8, OPERATIONS 

MGMT 8, OPERATIONS-HONORS 

STRATEGY AND POLICY 

STRATEGY AND POLICY 

STRATEGY AND POLICY 

STRATEGY AND POLICY 

STRATEGY AND POLICY 

STRATEGY AND POLICY 

STRATEGY & POLICY-HONORS 

MANAGEMENT INFO SYSTEMS 

MANAGEMENT INFO SYSTEMS 

ELECTRONIC COMMERCE 

INDEPENDENT STUDY 
Y 

INDEPENDENT STUDY 

INDEPENDENT STUDY 



FIELD 

FIELD 

MEILE 

MEILE 

MC KENNA 

RITZMAN 

MALLICK 

HALPERN 

HALPERN 

WADDOCK 

GELETKANYCZ 

GELETKANYCZ 

SPINELLO 

CASE 

FICHMAN 

FICHMAN 

CRONIN 

RINGUEST 

CASE 
DOWNING 



MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF1 

MW3' 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

MWF12 

TTH12* 

MWF10 

MW3' 

TTH1 30* 

MWF1 

MWF2 

TTH12* 

M W 4 30-6 

MWF12 

TTH12* 
IML 

TTH9* 

TTH3* 

MWF2 

TTH10 30* 



M 4 30-7 
TH 7-9 30 



TTH9* 

T TH 1 30* 

MWF9 

MWF11 

TTH12* 

MW3* 

MW4 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH9* 

MW3* 

MW4 30* 

W 4-6 30 

M 4 30-7 

TTH9* 

TTH12* 

T TH 1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



5864 MD299 04 

4225 MD299 05 

4226 MD299 06 

4227 MD299 07 

4228 MD299 08 

4229 MD299 09 

4230 MD299 10 

4231 MD299 11 

4232 MD299 12 

4233 MD299 13 

6596 MD299 14 

6597 MD299 15 

6598 MD299 16 

6599 MD299 17 

6600 MD299 18 

6601 MD370 01 

6602 MD604 01 

6603 MD607 01 

6604 MD700 01 

3000 MD700 02 

3001 MD701 01 2 GRAD 
" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

3344 MD701 02 2 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

9242 MD703 01 

3345 MD705 03 

3346 MD707 01 

3347 MD714 01 

3348 MD714 02 

3349 MD803 01 

3350 MD810 01 
9226 MD823 01 
7721 MD831 01 
3842 MD843 01 

7723 MD897 01 

7724 MD897 02 

7725 MD897 03 

7726 MD897 04 

7727 MD897 05 

2409 MD897 06 

2410 MD897 07 

2411 MD897 08 

2412 MD897 09 

4768 MD897 10 

4769 MD897 11 

4770 MD897 12 

4771 MD897 13 

1133 MD897 14 

1134 MD897 15 

1135 MD897 16 

1136 MD897 17 

1497 MD897 18 

1498 MD898 01 

1499 MD898 02 

1500 MD898 03 

5865 MD898 04 

5866 MD898 05 

5867 MD898 06 

5868 MD898 07 

4234 MD898 08 

4235 MD898 09 

6605 MD898 10 

6606 MD898 11 

6607 MD898 12 

6608 MD898 13 

3002 MD898 14 

3003 MD898 15 

3351 MD898 16 

3352 MD898 17 

3353 MD898 18 

Finance 



3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

3 ONE OPERATIONS ANALYSIS 

3 THREE MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 

3 THREE MGMT/SERVICE OPERATIONS 

3 GRAD ECONOMICS 

3 GRAD ECONOMICS 
ECONOMICS 

ECONOMICS 

3 GRAD COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS 

3 GRAD STATISTICS 

3 GRAD OPERATIONS MGMT 

2 GRAD STATISTICS 

2 GRAD STATISTICS 

3 GRAD MANAGEMNT DECISION MAKING 
3 GRAD SMALL BUS MGMT STRAT 
3 GRAD INT'L PERSP ON INFO MGMT 
3 GRAD ADV TOPICS/IT OPER MGMT 
3 GRAD ADV TOPICS/NON-PROFIT MGT 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 
3 GRAD DIRECTED RESEARCH I 



INSTRUCTOR 

GRAVES 

HALPERN 

FICHMAN 

FIELD 

GALLAUGHER 

MALLICK 

GELETKANYCZ 

MC KENNA 

MURPHY 

RAELIN 

RITZMAN 

SAFIZADEH 

MEILE 

WADDOCK 

CRONIN 

SAFIZADEH 

MC KENNA 

O'REILLY 

MURPHY 

MURPHY 

MURPHY 

MURPHY 

DOWNING 

GRAVES 

SAFIZADEH 

GRAVES 

GRAVES 

VAN TASSEL 

MAZAREAS 

CRONIN 

MEILE 

NANCY GARDINER 

RINGUEST 

CASE 

DOWNING 

GRAVES 

HALPERN 

FICHMAN 

FIELD 

GALLAUGHER 

MALLICK 

GELETKANYCZ 

MC KENNA 

MURPHY 

RAELIN 

RITZMAN 

SAFIZADEH 

MEILE 

WADDOCK 

CRONIN 

RINGUEST 

CASE 

DOWNING 

GRAVES 

HALPERN 

FICHMAN 

FIELD 

GALLAUGHER 

MALLICK 

GELETKANYCZ 

MC KENNA 

MURPHY 

RAELIN 

RITZMAN 

SAFIZADEH 

MEILE 

WADDOCK 

CRONIN 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



3354 MF021 01 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE PICHLER 

7728 MF021 02 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE PRESTON 

7729 MF021 03 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE TEHRANIAN 

7730 MF021 04 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE HOLDERNESS 

7731 MF021 05 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE HOVAKIMIAN 

7732 MF021 06 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE ISHERWOOD 

2413 MF021 07 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE AGNEW 
8841 MF021 08 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE SU 

2414 MF031 01 3 TWO BASIC FINANCE-HONORS SMITH 

2415 MF127 01 3 TWO FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 8, MGMT BARRY 

4772 MF127 02 3 TWO FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 8, MGMT DETRASK 
0463 MF127 03 3 TWO FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 8, MGMT TAGGART 

4773 MF132 01 3 ONE MONEY 8, CAPITAL MARKETS MAUNG 

4774 MF151 01 3 TWO INVESTMENTS BALDUZZI 

1137 MF151 02 3 TWO INVESTMENTS ERDAL 

1138 MF151 03 3 TWO INVESTMENTS WALLEY 

1502 MF205 01 3 ONE SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE PERSEN 

1503 MF207 01 3 ONE REAL ESTATE FINANCE CLINCHER 
5869 MF225 01 3 TWO FINANCIAL POLICY PRESTON 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
TTH12* 
T 4 30-7 
M 7-9 30 
T 7-9 30 
TH 7-9 30 
CORE TIME 

CORE TIME 

T 7-9 30 
TH 7-9 30 
T 7-9 30 
CORE TIME 
CORE TIME 
T 7-9 30 
TH 7-9 30 
T 7-9 30 
M 7-9 30 
W 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



MW3* 

MWF10 

TTH12* 

TTH3* 

TTH3* 

TTH10 30* 

MW830* 

MW3* 

MW3* 

TTH9* 

MWF1 

M W 8 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

MWF10 

TTH3* 

M 4 30-6 45 

T 4 30-7 

M W 8 30* 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



35 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



5870 


MF225 


02 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL POLICY 


PRESTON 


5871 


MF225 


03 


3 


TWO 


FINANCIAL POLICY 


SMITH 


4236 


MF230 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 


MAUNG 


2944 


MF235 


01 


3 


ONE 


INVESTMENT BANKING 


WILHELM 


4237 MF299 01 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


DEPT 


9009 MF364 01 3 ONE 
"FOR FINANCE MAJORS ONLY 


MONETARY & FISCAL POLICY 


MUNNELL 


8177 


MF614 


01 


3 


THREE 


MSFSEM:MGMT OF MUT FUNDS 


TAGLIAMONTE 


4238 


MF704 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 


BARRY 


4239 


MF704 


02 


3 


GRAD 


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 


PICHLER 


6609 


MF801 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INVESTMENTS 


WALLEY 


6610 


MF801 


02 


3 


GRAD 


INVESTMENTS 


BALDUZZI 


6611 


MF802 


01 


3 


GRAD 


VENTURE CAPITAL 


BLUME 


3004 


MF807 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CORPORATE FINANCE 


HOTCHKISS 


3005 


MF807 


02 


3 


GRAD 


CORPORATE FINANCE 


HOTCHKISS 


3355 


MF808 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FINANCIAL POLICY 


SMITH 


3356 


MF820 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MGMT/FINAN INSTITUTIONS 


HELLER 


7733 


MF831 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTERNATL FINAN MGMT 


KANE 


7734 


MF840 


01 


3 


GRAD 


SPECTOPICS:FINSERMGMT 


WILHELM 


7735 


MF852 


01 


3 


GRAD 


QUANT METHODS IN FINANCE 


COOK 


7736 


MF860 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MS SEM:DERIVAT&RISK MGMT 


MARCUS 


2416 


MF869 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MSF SEM:FUNDAMENTAL ANALY 


ARGYROPLE 


2417 


MF880 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CAPITAL MARKET THEORY 


TAGGART 


4775 


MF881 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CORPORATE FINANCE THEORY 


CHEMMANUR 


4776 


MF890 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PH.D. SEM:CAPITAL MARKETS 


MARCUS 


0164 


MF892 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PHD SEMlWORKSHP/TEACHING 


CHEMMANUR 


4777 


MF897 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIRECTED READINGS 


DEPT 


1140 


MF898 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIRECTED RESEARCH 


DEPT 


1141 


MF899 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIRECTED STUDY 


DEPT 


1142 


MF899 


02 


3 


GRAD 


DIRECTED STUDY 


DEPT 


1504 


MF999 


01 





GRAD 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


DEPT 



** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



Undergraduate Management Honors/Ethics 



1505 MH011 01 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


HALPIN 


** COURSE HELD 








5872 MH011 02 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


HALPIN 


** COURSE HELD 








5873 MH011 03 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


BAGNANI 


** COURSE HELD 








5874 MH011 04 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


BAGNANI 


** COURSE HELD 








4240 MH011 05 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


HAMMOND 


"COURSE HELD 








4241 MH011 06 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


HAMMOND 


" COURSE HELD 








4242 MH011 07 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


VENETIS 


"COURSE HELD 








6612 MH011 08 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


VENETIS 


" COURSE HELD 








6613 MH011 09 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


KEYES 


" COURSE HELD 








6614 MH011 10 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


KEYES 


" COURSE HELD 








3006 MH011 11 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


NIELSEN 


" COURSE HELD 








3007 MH011 12 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


NIELSEN 


" COURSE HELD 








3357 MH011 13 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


KLEIN 


"COURSE HELD 








3358 MH011 14 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


KLEIN 


" COURSE HELD 








7737 MH011 15 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


COHEN 


" COURSE HELD 








7738 MH011 16 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


COHEN 


" COURSE HELD 








7739 MH011 17 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


TRUNFIO 


"COURSE HELD 








2418 MH011 18 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


TRUNFIO 


" COURSE HELD 








2419 MH011 19 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


TRUNFIO 


"COURSE HELD 








2420 MH011 20 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


TRUNFIO 


" COURSE HELD 








4778 MH011 21 


ONE 


INTRO TO ETHICS 


MCINNES 


"COURSE HELD 








4779 MH126 01 


! ONE 


BUSINESS/PROF SPEAK-HONOR 


FISHMAN 


" DEPARTMENT PERf 


illSSIONON 


.Y 




1143 MH199 01 


) TWO 


SENIOR HONORS THESIS 


MC KENNA 



Business Law 



1144 


MJ021 


01 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


PMOSER 


1145 


MJ021 


02 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


GREENE 


1506 


MJ021 


03 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


O'BRIEN 


1507 


MJ021 


04 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


DEPT 


1508 


MJ021 


05 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


YANNO 


5875 


MJ021 


06 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


BROWN 


5876 


MJ021 


07 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


BROWN 


5877 


MJ021 


08 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


FINUCANE 


4243 


MJ021 


09 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


MILLER 


4266 


MJ021 


10 


3 


TWO 


LAW I/INTRO TO LAW 


DEPT 


6616 


MJ022 


02 


3 


TWO 


LAW ll/BUSINESS LAW 


O'BRIEN 


3008 


MJ031 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO LAW-HONORS 


LOWELL 


3009 


MJ147 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 


PARKER 


3359 


MJ148 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTERNATIONAL LAW 


BROWN 


7740 


MJ156 


03 


3 


TWO 


REAL ESTATE 


MONAHAN 


7741 


IVIJ631 


01 


3 


ONE 


AFRICAN BUSINESS 


PARKER 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 








7742 


MJ802 


01 


3 


GRAD 


LEGAL ASPECTS/MANAGEMENT 


MC DERMOTT 


6089 


MJ827 


01 


3 


ONE 


BUS&REG OF HEALTH CARE 


NORTON 



MW3* 

TTH12* 

TTH9* 

TTH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH9' 

T 4 30-7 

M 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

M 7-9 30 

TH 7-9 30 

M 7-9 30 

W 4-6 30 

TH 7-9 30 

T 7-9 30 

T 7-9 30 

TH 7-9 30 

TH 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

T 7-9 30 

M 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

M 10-12 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



T9* 

TH9* 

T10 30* 

T12* 

TH10 30* 

TH12* 

T10 30* 

TH10 30* 

T12* 

TH12* 

T1 30* 

TH1 30* 

T10 30* 

T12* 

W3* 

W4 30* 

MS* 

T3* 

W4* 

TH3* 

T10 30* 

MW4 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



TTH12* 


TTH9* 


MWF10 


TTH4 30* 


MW8 30* 


MWF12 


MWF1 


MW3* 


MWF9 


TTH10 30 


MWF12 


TTH12* 


TTH10 30 


MWF10 


MWF9 


TH 4-6 30 


T 7-9 30 


M 7-9 30 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



2422 MJ856 01 3 GRAD REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES 



PARKER 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



T 4-6 30 



Marketing 



4780 MK021 01 

4781 MK021 02 

4782 MK021 03 

1146 MK021 04 
7809 MK021 05 

1147 MK021 06 

1148 MK021 07 

1509 MK021 08 

1510 MK021 09 
5878 MK021 10 

4267 MK031 01 

4268 MK148 01 
3010 MK154 01 

3361 MK157 01 
6225 MK157 02 

3362 MK158 01 
7743 MK253 01 
7745 MK253 02 

6100 MK256 01 

6101 MK256 02 

6102 MK256 03 



TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
TWO 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 
ONE 



6103 MK299 01 3 ONE 



MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINCIPLES 
MARKETING PRINC/HONORS 
SERVICE MARKETING 
COMMUN & PROMOTION 
PROFESSIONAL SELLING 
PROFESSIONAL SELLING 
PRODUCT PLANNING/STRATEGY 
MARKETING RESEARCH 
MARKETING RESEARCH 
APPLIED MARKETING MGMT 
APPLIED MARKETING MGMT 
APPLIED MARKETING MGMT 
INDIVIDUAL STUDY 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6104 MK705 01 3 GRAD MARKETING 

6105 MK721 01 2 GRAD MARKETING 

6106 MK721 02 2 GRAD MARKETING 

6107 MK801 01 3 GRAD MARKETING RESEARCH 

8482 MK897 01 3 GRAD DIRECTED READINGS 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



HASENJAEGER 

UTTER 

SANNELLA 

CRIHENDEN 

HASENJAEGER 

HASENJAEGER 

BRAVO 

SANNELLA 

WATERS 

CRIHENDEN 

CRITTENDEN 

SANNELLA 

BRAVO 

SIBER 

DIMODICA 

PETERS 

UTTER 

UTTER 

KEYES 

HOGAN 

HOGAN 

DEPT 

NOBLE 
NOBLE 
NOBLE 
BRADY 
DEPT 



Graduate Management Practice/International 



8484 


MM702 


01 


3 


GRAD 


8485 


MM703 


01 


1 


GRAD 


8486 


MM708 


01 


3 


GRAD 


8487 


MM710 


01 


3 


GRAD 


8488 


MM711 


01 


3 


GRAD 


8489 


MM720 


01 


6 


GRAD 


4864 


MM720 


02 


6 


GRAD 


4865 


MM740 


01 


3 


GRAD 


4866 


MM740 


02 


3 


GRAD 


4867 


MM800 


01 


3 


GRAD 


4868 


MM810 


01 


3 


GRAD 


4869 


MM888 


01 





GRAD 


4870 


MM891 


01 


3 


GRAD 


4871 


MM892 


01 


3 


GRAD 



4872 MM902 01 6 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



MGMTPRACIIIEADERSHIP 
MGMT PRACLMGMNT SKILLS 
MANAGING/GLOBAL ENVIRONMT 
MGMT PRAC IILSTRAT MGMT 
MGMT PRAC IVSOCIAL ISSUE 
MGMT PRACT HEADING ORG 
MGMT PRACT HEADING ORG 
MGMT PRAC IILMNG STRAT 
MGMT PRAC IILMNG STRAT 
POL ECONOMY OF EAST ASIA 
COMM SKILLS FOR MANAGERS 
INTERIM STUDY 
THESIS I 
THESIS II 
LEADERSHIP/CHANGE I 



5249 MM903 01 6 GRAD LEADERSHIP/CHANGE II 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



TORBERT 

JONES 

KAMEDA 

CASE 

WADDOCK 

PETERS 

PETERS 

GALLAUGHER 

GALLAUGHER 

KAMEDA 

COYLE 

MC CLELLAN 

MC CLELLAN 

MC CLELLAN 

RHENISCH 

RHENISCH 



Mathematics 



5250 MT004 01 

5251 MT004 02 

5252 MT004 03 

5253 MT004 04 

5254 MT004 05 

5255 MT004 06 

5256 MT004 07 

9640 MT004 08 
0484 MT007 01 
4481 MT007 02 

9641 MT010 01 

9642 MT010 02 

9643 MT020 01 

9644 MT020 02 

9645 MT020 03 
8025 MT020 04 

8028 MT100 01 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

8029 MT100 02 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

8030 MT100 03 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

8031 MT100 04 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

0416 MT100 05 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

0417 MT100 06 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

0418 MT100 07 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

0419 MT100 08 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

0420 MT100 09 4 
** FOR A&S ONLY 

6809 MT100 10 4 



CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE FINITE PROB/APPLICATIONS 

CORE IDEAS/MATH(SPRING TOPICS) 

CORE IDEAS/MATH(SPRING TOPICS) 

ONE PRE-CALCULUS MATH 

ONE PRE-CALCULUS MATH 

CORE SURVEY OF CALCULUS 

CORE SURVEY OF CALCULUS 

CORE SURVEY OF CALCULUS 

CORE SURVEY OF CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS I 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 

CORE CALCULUS 



6810 MT100 11 4 CORE CALCULUS 

6811 MT100 12 4 CORE CALCULUS 

6812 MT100 13 4 CORE CALCULUS 

6813 MT100 14 4 CORE CALCULUS 



DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

MARGOUS 

MARGOLIS 

DEPARTMENT 

DEPARTMENT 

BEZUSZKA 

KREBS 

EVANS 

EVANS 

KEOUGH 

KEOUGH 

KEOUGH 

KEOUGH 

KEOUGH 

KEOUGH 

MIROLLO 

MIROLLO 

MIROLLO 

WIENER 

WIENER 

WIENER 

WIENER 

CLOTE 



MWF1 

MW3* 

TTH12* 

MWF11 

MWF2 

TH 4 30-7 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

T 4 30-7 

MWF12 

MWF10 

W 4-6 30 

TTH10 30* 

M 4 30-7 

TH 6-8 30 

TTH1 30* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH9* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



TH 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

T 7-9 30 

FULL-TIME PROGRAM 

FULL-TIME PROGRAM 

FULL-TIME PROGRAM 

FULL-TIME PROGRAM 

W 7-9 30 

W 7-9 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF8 

MWF9 

MWF8 

MWF9 

MWF2 

MWF3 

MWF2 

MWF3 

MWF10 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF8 

MWF9 

MWF10 
T8 

MWF10 
T9 

MWF10 
Til 

MWF11 
TH8 

MWF11 
TH9 

MWF11 
TH11 

MWF3 
TH12 

MWF3 
TH1 

MWF3 
TH3 

MWF1 
T10 

MWF1 
T12 

MWF2 
Til 

MWF2 
T2 

MWF12 
T9 



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Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



6814 MT100 15 



6815 Mil 00 16 



CORE CALCULUS 



CORE CALCULUS 



7205 Mil 00 17 4 CORE CALCULUS 



CLOTE 



CLOTE 



7206 Mil 00 18 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


LANDRAITIS 


** FOR A&S ONLY 










7207 Mil 00 19 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


LANDRAITIS 


** FOR A&S ONLY 










7208 Mil 00 20 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


LANDRAITIS 


** FOR A&S ONLY 










7209 Mil 00 21 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


LANDRAITIS 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










7210 Mil 00 22 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


LANDRAITIS 


** FOR A&S ONLY 










7211 Mil 00 23 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


LANDRAITIS 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










7212 Mil 00 24 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


** FOR A&S ONLY 










1603 Mil 00 25 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


** FOR A&S ONLY 










1604 Mil 00 26 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










1605 Mil 00 27 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


" FOR A&S ONLY 










1606 Mil 00 28 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










1607 Mil 00 29 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










1608 Mil 00 30 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










1609 Mil 00 31 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










6108 Mil 00 32 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










6109 Mil 00 33 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










6110 Mil 00 34 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










6111 Mil 00 35 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS 1 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










8490 Mil 01 01 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS II 


REED 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










8491 Mil 01 02 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS II 


REED 


" FOR A&S ONLY 










8492 Mil 01 03 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS II 


REED 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










8493 Mil 01 04 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS II 


REED 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










4873 Mil 01 05 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS II 


REED 


"FOR A&S ONLY 










4874 Mil 01 06 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS II 


REED 


" FOR A&S ONLY 










5261 Mil 02 01 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS (MATH/SCI MAJ) 1 


BOND 


9646 Mil 02 02 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS (MATH/SCI MAJ) 1 


THIE 


9647 Mil 02 03 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS (MATH/SCI MAJ) 1 


BILODEAU 


6112 Mil 02 04 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS (MATH/SCI MAJ) 1 


BILODEAU 


9648 Mil 03 01 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS(MATH/SCI MAJ)II 


BAGLIVO 


8032 Mil 03 02 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS(MATH/SCI MAJ)II 


CHAMBERS 


8033 Mil 03 03 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS(MATH/SCI MAJ)II 


DEPARTMENT 


8034 Mil 03 04 


4 


CORE 


CALCULUS(MATH/SCI MAJ)II 


DEPARTMENT 


0422 Mil 90 01 


3 


CORE 


FUNDAMENTALS OF MATH 1 


KENNEY 


0423 MT200 01 


3 


ONE 


INTERMED CALCULUS 1 


JENSON 


0424 MT202 01 


4 


TWO 


MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS 


RALLIS 


6816 MT202 02 


4 


TWO 


MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS 


SHANAHAN 


0356 MT210 01 


3 


TWO 


LINEAR ALGEBRA 


ROSEN 


5529 MT210 02 


3 


TWO 


LINEAR ALGEBRA 


SHANAHAN 


6817 MT216 01 


3 


TWO 


ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES 


RALLIS 


4577 MT235 01 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


BAGLIVO 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










9499 MT235 02 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


QUEBEC 


"FOR CSOM ONLY 










3721 MT235 03 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


QUEBEC 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










2086 MT235 04 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


DEPARTMENT 


"FOR CSOM ONLY 










2361 MT235 05 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


DEPARTMENT 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










0667 MT235 06 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


DEPARTMENT 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










0901 MT235 07 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


DEPARTMENT 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










4116 MT235 08 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


DEPARTMENT 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










5515 MT235 09 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


DEPARTMENT 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










1977 MT235 10 


3 


CORE 


MATH FOR MGMT SCIENCE 


RINGUEST 


" FOR CSOM ONLY 










7215 MT290 01 


3 


ONE 


NUMBER THEORYn"EACHERS 


KENNEY 


4681 MT310 01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO ABSTRACT ALGEBRA 


KEANE 


4922 MT314 01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO ABSTRALGEBRA(HON)l 


BOND 


7652 MT320 01 


3 


TWO 


INTRODUCTION TO ANALYSIS 


GROSS 


3014 MT324 01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO ANALYSIS (HON)I 


REEDER 


4879 MT410 01 


3 


THREE 


DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 


SMITH 


5262 MT426 01 


3 


THREE 


PROBABILITY 


CHAMBERS 


5264 MT435 01 


3 


THREE 


MATH PROGRAMMING 1 


SMITH 


5265 MT445 01 


3 


THREE 


APPLIED COMBINATORICS 


KEANE 


9649 MT470 01 


3 


THREE 


MATHEMATICAL MODELING 


ROSEN 



MWF12 
T12 

MWF1 
Til 

MWF1 
T1 

MWF9 
T8 

MWF9 
T9 

MWF9 
Til 

MWF11 
TH8 

MWF11 
TH9 

MWF11 
TH11 

MWF8 
T8 

MWF8 
T12 

MWF8 
T1 

MWF9 
TH8 

MWF9 
TH10 

MWF9 
TH12 

MWF12 
T8 

MWF12 
T2 

MWF12 
T3 

MWF3 
TH1 

MWF3 
TH2 

MWF3 
TH4 

MWF12 
T9 

MWF12 
Til 

MWF1 
T10 

MWF1 
T1 

MWF3 
TH3 

MWF3 
TH4 

MWF9 
TH9 

MWF10 
TH12 

MWF2 
T2 

MWF3 
T3 

MWF11 
TH11 

MWF10 
TH10 

MWF2 
TH1 

MWF3 
TH2 

MWF11 

MWF10 

MWF11 
TH11 

MWF2 
TH2 

MWF1 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF8 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF12 

MWF2 

MW3' 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF12 

MWF2 

MWF1 

MWF2 

MWF9 

MWF12 

MWF10 

MW3* 



9651 MT499 01 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



JENSON 



8035 MT801 01 3 GRAD THESIS SEMINAR ROSEN 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



8036 


MT804 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ANALYSIS 1 


MIROLLO 


8037 


MT814 


01 


3 


THREE 


COMPLEX VARIABLES 1 


REEDER 


0425 


MT816 


01 


3 


THREE 


MODERN ALGEBRA 1 


FRIEDBERG 


2129 


MT840 


01 


3 


THREE 


TOPOLOGY 1 


GROSS 


0427 


MT899 


01 


3 


GRAD 


READINGS & RESEARCH 


ROSEN 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



Music 



6820 


MU005 


01 


3 


CORE 


MUSICAL EXPERIENCE 


MC GRANN 


6821 


MU050 


01 





ONE 


BC MADRIGAL SINGERS 


BLAIN 


6822 


MU066 


01 


3 


CORE 


INTRO TO MUSIC 


KENNEDY 


7217 


MU070 


01 


3 


CORE 


FUND/MUSIC THEORY 1 


MC ALLISTER 


7218 


MU070 


02 


3 


CORE 


FUND/MUSIC THEORY 1 


MC ALLISTER 


0023 


MU070 


03 


3 


CORE 


FUND/MUSIC THEORY 1 


HEBERT 


4903 


MU071 


01 





ONE 


IRISH DANCING/ADV/BEGIN 


SMITH 


3308 


MU072 


01 





ONE 


IRISH DANCING/ADVANCED 


SMITH 


7219 


MU073 


01 





ONE 


IRISH DANCING/BEGINNER 


SMITH 


1614 


MU073 


02 





ONE 


IRISH DANCING/BEGINNER 


SMITH 


1615 


MU076 


01 


1 


ONE 


ORCHESTRA PRACTICUM 


KARIDOYANES 


1616 


MU077 


01 





ONE 


CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLE 


HEBERT 


6117 


MU078 


01 





ONE 


TRAD IRISH FIDDLE CLASS 


CONNOLLY 


6118 


MU079 


01 





ONE 


POPULAR STYLES ENSEMBLE 


KNIFFIN 


8497 


MU081 


01 


1 


ONE 


EARTRAING/SIGHT-SINGLAB 


BURGO 


8498 


MU082 


01 


1 


ONE 


ADV EAR TRAING/SIGHT SING 


BURGO 


4880 


MU083 


01 


1 


ONE 


INTRO/IMPROVISATION 


KNIFFIN 


4881 


MU084 


01 


1 


ONE 


INTERMED IMPROVISATION 


KNIFFIN 


4882 


MU085 


01 





ONE 


BC FLUTE CHOIR 


GRANT-DUCE 


5266 


MU086 


01 


1 


ONE 


ADVANCED IMPROVISATION 


KNIFFIN 


5267 


MU087 


01 





ONE 


TIN WHISTLE 


Nl FHUARTHAIN 


5268 


MU090 


01 


1 


ONE 


B.C. CONCERT BAND 


BONAIUTO/FOURNIER 



9652 MU091 01 1 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

9653 MU092 01 1 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION 

9654 MU096 01 1 ONE 

8039 MU098 02 1 ONE 

8040 MU099 01 1 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

8041 MU099 02 1 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION 

0428 MU100 01 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

0429 MU100 02 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION 

0430 MU101 01 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

6824 MU101 02 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION 

6825 MU102 01 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

6826 MU102 02 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION 



SWINGING EAGLES 



B.C. BOP 



BONAIUTO/FOURNIER 
BONAIUTO/FOURNIER 



ONLY 



ONLY 



ONLY 



ONLY 



ONLY 



7220 


MU110 


01 


3 


ONE 


9964 


MU201 


01 


3 


ONE 


8481 


MU206 


01 


3 


ONE 


7223 


MU211 


01 


3 


ONE 


1617 


MU215 


01 


3 


ONE 


6704 


MU227 


01 


3 


ONE 


4570 


MU301 


01 


3 


ONE 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 




1619 


MU321 


01 


3 


ONE 


6119 


MU323 


01 


3 


ONE 


3053 


MU348 


01 


3 


ONE 


6120 


MU400 


01 


3 


ONE 


6121 


MU403 


01 


3 


ONE 


8499 


MU405 


01 


3 


ONE 



GOSPEL WORKSHOP 


WALTERS 


VOICE FOR PERFORMANCE 


MYERS 


IND INSTRUMENT/VOCAL INST 


KENNEDY 


IND INSTRUMENT/VOCAL INST 


KENNEDY 


VOC/INSTR INST/0 CR/60MIN 


KENNEDY 


VOC/INSTR INST/0 CR/60MIN 


KENNEDY 


VOC/INSTR INST/0 CR/45MIN 


KENNEDY 


VOC/INSTR INST/0 CR/45MIN 


KENNEDY 


VOC/INSTR INST/0 CR/30MIN 


KENNEDY 


VOC/INSTR INST/0 CR/30MIN 


KENNEDY 


HARMONY 


LEE 


MEDIEVL/RENAISSANCE MUSIC 


KENNEDY 


OPERA 


MC GRANN 


CHROMATIC HARMONY 


LEE 


JAZZ HARMONY & ARRANGING 


LEE 


KEYBOARD MUS/BAROOUE-MOD 


HEBERT 


INTRO/MUSICS OF THE WORLD 


STUBBS 



RHYTHM & BLUES/AMER MUSIC WALTERS 

JAZZIISTENING/DESCRIBING YOUNGREN 

MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE EAST STUBBS 

READINGS & RESEARCH KENNEDY 

HONORS THESIS PREP KENNEDY 

SENIOR SEMINAR MC GRANN 



Nursing 



8500 NU080 01 



PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 



4883 NU100 01 3 TWO INTRO/PROF NURSING MURPHY 

4884 NU120 01 4 TWO NSG HLTH ASSMNT/LIFE SPAN O'NEIL 



4885 NU121 01 3 TWO NSG HLTH ASSMNT/CLIN LAB 



PLUNKETT 



9656 NU204 01 3 

8042 NU216 01 3 

0431 NU230 01 3 

0432 NU231 01 3 



TWO PHARMACOL/NUTRITION THER FAIRCHILD 

TWO METHODS/INQUIRY DEPT 

TWO ADULT HLTH NSG THEORY I OLIVIERI 

TWO ADULT HLTH NSG l/CLIN LAB ASHLEY 



1620 NU242 01 3 TWO ADULT HLTH NSG THEORY II ASHLEY 

6122 NU243 01 3 TWO ADLT HLTH NSG ll/CLIN LAB DEPT 

8503 NU244 01 3 TWO CHILDBEARNG NSG THEOR KEARNEY 

4886 NU245 01 3 TWO CLIN LAB/CHILDBEARING NSG DWYER 

9659 NU250 01 3 TWO CHILD HLTH/NSG THEORY MOTT 

9660 NU251 01 3 TWO CHILD HLTH/NSG CLIN LAB CASSIDY 

0437 NU252 01 3 TWO PSYCH-MENTL HLTH NSG THEO WARDLE 



BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF2 

MWF11 

MWF1 

MWF12 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF10 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH9* 

MWF11 

MWF1 

TTH1 30* 

W7 30* 

W8 45* PM 

W615* 

W 8-9 30 PM 

T TH 4 30-6 
CONTE BAND ROOM 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T 6 30-8 

W 7 30-9 

MW3 

MW2 

M6 

M7 

M 6 30-8 

M8PM 

T 6 30-8 30 

M 6 45-10 

CONTE BAND ROOM 

SU 6 45-10 
CONTE BAND ROOM 

MW4-6 

CONTE BAND ROOM 

T TH 6 30-8 30 

TH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF12 

TTH3* 

TTH12* 

MWF2 

MWF3 

TTH1 30* 

MWF12 

T4 30* 
TH 4 30* 

MWF10 

MWF1 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



M8-10 
W9-10 

T3-6 

M 10-12 
W 10-12 

T 8-12 &T 12-1 OR 
F 8-12 &F 12-1 
ASSIGNED BY PROF 

F9-12 

M9-12 

W9-12 

T7-3&TH12-2:300R 
TH7-3&T12:30-2:30& 
T 2:30-4:30 

F8-11 

W 10-12 &TH7-3PM 
ASSIGNED BY PROF 

F12-3 

M0RT7-3PM0R 
T 1-1 0PM 

ASSIGNED BY PROF 

F9-12 

T7-3&M1-3 0R 
TH7-3&W1-3 
ASSIGNED BY PROF 

M9-12 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



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37 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



6829 NU253 01 3 TWO PSYCH-MENT HUH CLIN LAB 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



8424 NU260 01 3 TWO 

8425 NU261 01 3 TWO 



2835 NU262 


01 


3 


THREE 


** FOR SON ONLY 






2836 NU263 


01 


3 


TWO 


" FOR SON ONLY 






3262 NU299 


01 


3 


TWO 


7279 NU301 


01 


3 


THREE 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 




0129 NU307 


01 


3 


THREE 


9469 NU415 


01 


3 


GRAD 


9471 NU416 


01 


3 


GRAD 


9707 NU417 


01 


3 


GRAD 


9708 NU420 


01 


3 


GRAD 


3904 NU441 


01 


3 


GRAD 



COMMUNITY NSG THEORY 
COMMUNITY NSG CLIN LAB 

NURSING SYNTHESIS THEORY 

NSG SYNTHESIS CLIN LAB 

DIRECTED INDEPENDNT STUDY 
CULTURE AND HEALTH CARE 

SUICIDEPREVENT/INTERVENT 

CON BASIS:ADV NURSE PRAC 

ETHICAL REASONING&ISSUES 

ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSING 

PHARM 8. ADV NSG PRACT 

SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY 
** DOCTORAL,CERTIFICATE,MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

3905 NU443 01 6 GRAD ADV PRAC7THE0RY PSY NSG I 
** DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

0022 NU452 01 3 GRAD AD TH:HUM RESP WOMEN/CHIL 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2225 NU453 01 6 GRAD AD PRAC/WOM HEALTH NSG I 
** DOCTORAL,MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2227 NU457 01 6 GRAD AD PR/PED AMB CARE NSG I 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2837 NU462 01 3 GRAD AD TH/ADULT HEALTH NSG I 
** DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2839 NU463 01 6 GRAD AD PR/ADULT HEALTH NSG I 
** DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

1061 NU463 02 6 GRAD AD PR/ADULT HEALTH NSG I 
** DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

5935 NU465 01 6 GRAD ADV PRAC GERONTOLOG NURSI 

3263 NU472 01 3 GRAD AD TH/COMM HEALTH NSG I 
** DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

9472 NU473 01 6 GRAD AD PR/COMM HEALTH NSG I 
** D0CTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

1511 NU473 02 6 GRAD AD PR/COMM HEALTH NSG I 
** D0CTORAL,MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

0024 NU520 01 3 GRAD NURSING RESEARCH THEORY 
** D0CTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

0025 NU523 01 3 GRAD COMP ANALYSIS/HLTH DATA 
** D0CTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

0026 NU524 01 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2228 NU524 02 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2229 NU524 03 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2230 NU524 04 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
*• DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8635 NU524 07 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8636 NU524 08 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2840 NU524 09 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL,MASTERS,CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2841 NU524 11 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2842 NU524 14 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

1063 NU524 15 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

1064 NU524 16 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

3265 NU524 17 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

3266 NU524 18 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

9474 NU524 19 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

9475 NU524 20 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

9711 NU524 22 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

9712 NU524 24 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

3907 NU524 25 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

3908 NU524 26 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

0027 NU524 28 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

0028 NU524 30 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
" DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2231 NU524 31 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2232 NU524 33 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8430 NU524 34 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8431 NU524 35 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8432 NU524 36 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
*• DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8637 NU524 37 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

8638 NU524 38 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2843 NU524 39 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

2844 NU524 41 3 GRAD MS RESEARCH PRACTICUM 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

1065 NU525 01 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

1066 NU525 02 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
*• DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 

3267 NU525 03 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



WARDLE 

KRAWCZYK 
KRAWCZYK 

MAHONEY 

FRAME 

DEPT 
SPECTOR 

WARDLE 

MANDLE 

MURPHY 

HAWKINS 

EISENHAUER 

SHINDUL-ROTHSCHILD 

DEPT 

HAGGERTY 

HAWKINS 

BURKE 

JONES 

MURPHY 

MANDLE 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

NORRIS 

NORRIS 

DWYER 

MANDLE 

KRAWCZYK 

HAWKINS 

RANKIN 

KEARNEY 

HIGGINS 

AROIAN 

BURKE 

CHASE 

DOONA 

DUFFY 

EISENHAUER 

FRY 

GASPARD 

HAGGERTY 

HIGGINS 

HUNGLER 

JONES 

KROZY 

MAHONEY 

MAHONY 

MUNRO 

MURPHY 

MURPHY 

NORRIS 

OLIVIERI 

ROY 

SHINDUL-ROTHSCHILD 

WARDLE 

MANDLE 

OLIVIERI 

CHASE 



T0RTH8-5PM 
ASSIGNED BY PROF 



T OR TH 7-4 PM 
ASSIGNED BY PROF 

M9-12 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
W 4 30-6 15 

M2-5 

M9-12 

W 5 30-8 30 

M1-4 

M 4 30-7 30 

T9-12 

T1-4 

T1-4 

T9-12 

T9-12 

T9-12 

T1-4 
T4 

T1-4 
T4 

T1-4 
T4 

T1-4 

T9-12 
T9-12 
M 4 30-7 30 
TH3-8 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



9476 NU525 04 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



9477 NU525 06 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



9478 NU525 08 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



9713 NU525 09 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



3909 NU525 10 3 GRAD INTEGRATIVE REV/NSG RSCH 
** DOCTORAL.MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



0029 NU699 02 1 GRAD 

0030 NU699 03 2 GRAD 

0031 NU699 05 3 GRAD 

2233 NU699 06 3 GRAD 

2234 NU699 07 1 GRAD 

8433 NU701 01 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8434 NU710 01 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8639 NU740 01 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8640 NU746 01 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2845 NU801 01 3 GRAD 
•• MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

2846 NU810 01 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2847 NU810 02 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1067 NU810 03 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1068 NU810 04 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3268 NU810 05 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9479 NU810 06 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9480 NU810 07 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9714 NU810 08 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9715 NU810 09 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3911 NU810 10 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3912 NU810 11 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0032 NU810 12 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0033 NU810 13 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2235 NU810 14 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2236 NU810 15 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8435 NU810 16 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8436 NU810 17 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8660 NU810 18 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2848 NU810 19 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2849 NU811 01 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1069 NU811 02 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1070 NU811 03 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3269 NU812 02 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9481 NU812 03 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9482 NU812 04 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9716 NU812 05 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

9717 NU812 06 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3913 NU812 07 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2121 NU812 08 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4343 NU812 10 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4344 NU812 11 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0586 NU812 13 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0587 NU812 14 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0791 NU812 15 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0792 NU812 16 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5019 NU812 17 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5020 NU812 18 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3270 NU812 19 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3271 NU812 20 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5474 NU812 22 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5475 NU813 01 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1712 NU813 02 1 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1713 NU813 03 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1945 NU813 04 3 GRAD 
••DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



INDEPENDENT STUDY 
INDEPENDENT STUDY 
INDEPENDENT STUDY 
INDEPENDENT STUDY 
INDEPENDENT STUDY 
EPISTEMOLOGY OF NURSING 

THEMES/INO/l:CLIN TOPICS 

NURSING RESEARCH DESIGN 

MES:N0RMATIVE8,CRITIC REF 

MASTER'S THESIS SEMINAR 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM I 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM IV 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM IV 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM IV 

RESEARCH PRACTICUM IV 



INSTRUCTOR BUILDING 


ROOM TIME 


MAHONEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HAGGERTY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


SHINDUL-ROTHSCHILD 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


JONES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


JONES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


FRY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


CHASE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BRUSH 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MURPHY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ROY 


T9-12 


DEPT 


W9-12 


DUFFY/AROIAN 


M1-4 


DEPT 


M9-12 


HAGGERTY/JONES/KRA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


JONES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MANDLE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HIGGINS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


EISENHAUER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


CHASE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


DUFFY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ROY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HOROWITZ 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


RANKIN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MURPHY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


RANKIN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ROY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


FRY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


SHINDUL-ROTHSCHILD 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


KEARNEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MURPHY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


NORRIS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HAWKINS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BRUSH 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


CHASE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ROY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


NORRIS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


JONES 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


FRY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


RANKIN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


DOONA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MAHONEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MANDLE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HAWKINS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MURPHY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


NORRIS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


PLUNKETT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


EISENHAUER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MAHONY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


AROIAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


DUFFY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


CHASE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HOROWITZ 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


KEARNEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ROY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


HAGGERTY/JONES/KRA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BURKE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


ROY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


RANKIN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 



38 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



1946 NU820 01 3 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1947 NU888 01 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

6183 NU901 01 3 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

6184 NU901 02 3 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2122 NU901 03 3 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2123 NU901 04 3 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2124 NU901 05 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4345 NU901 06 3 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4346 NU901 07 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4347 NU901 08 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0588 NU901 10 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0589 NU901 11 3 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0793 NU901 12 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5021 NU901 14 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5022 NU901 15 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3272 NU901 16 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3273 NU901 17 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1714 NU901 18 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1715 NU901 19 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1948 NU901 20 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1949 NU902 15 3 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

6185 NU998 01 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

6186 NU999 01 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

6187 NU999 02 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2125 NU999 03 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4348 NU999 04 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4349 NU999 05 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0590 NU999 06 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

0794 NU999 07 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5023 NU999 08 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5024 NU999 09 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3274 NU999 10 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5476 NU999 11 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5477 NU999 12 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5478 NU999 13 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1716 NU999 14 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

1717 NU999 15 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



INSTRUCTOR 

EXPAND PARADIGMS/NSG RES JONES 

INTERIM STUDY DEPT 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT AROIAN 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT HAWKINS 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT HOROWITZ 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT MURPHY 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT CHASE 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT JONES 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT HARTMAN 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT ROY 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT MANDLE 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT WARDLE 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT DUFFY 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT MURPHY 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT FRY 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT RANKIN 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT KEARNEY 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT RANKIN 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT NORRIS 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT EISENHAUER 

DISSERTATION ADVISEMENT RANKIN 

DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES FRY 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION CHASE 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION DUFFY 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION AROIAN 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION MOCK 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION MURPHY 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION DEPT 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION HAWKINS 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION HIGGINS 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION WARDLE 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION JONES 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION RANKIN 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION NORRIS 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION FRY 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION KEARNEY 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION EISENHAUER 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

M1-4 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



Physics 



1950 PHI 01 01 1 

1951 PHI 01 02 1 

2126 PH115 01 3 

2127 PHI 83 01 3 



4350 PHI 99 01 3 ONE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



ONE BASIC PHYSICS LAB I 

ONE BASIC PHYSICS LAB I 

CORE STRUCT OF THE UNIVERSE I 
CORE FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICS I 
SPECIAL PROJECTS 



4351 


PH203 


01 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


0591 


PH203 


02 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


0795 


PH203 


03 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


0796 


PH203 


04 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


0797 


PH203 


05 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


5026 


PH203 


06 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


3275 


PH203 


07 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


3276 


PH203 


08 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


5479 


PH203 


09 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


1718 


PH203 


10 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 


1719 


PH203 


11 


ONE 


INTRO PHYSICS LAB 1 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6190 PH209 01 4 CORE INTRO PHYSICS I (CALC) 



6191 PH211 01 4 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

2130 PH211 02 4 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4354 PH213 01 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

0593 PH213 02 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

0799 PH213 03 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

5028 PH213 04 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

3278 PH213 05 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 



INTRO TO PHYSICS l(CALC) 
PH213ALSO 

INTRO TO PHYSICS l(CALC) 
PH213ALSQ 

INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATIQN 
PH211 ALSO 

INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 
PH211 ALSO 

INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 
PH211 ALSO 

INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 
PH211 ALSO 

INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 
PH211 ALSO 



DEPT 

DEPT 

01 BARTOLO 

GAITAN 

DEPT 

DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 

CAROVILLANO 

URITAM 

DEPT 

URITAM 

DEPT 

URITAM 

URITAM 

DEPT 



TH 8 30-10 30 

T 8 30-1 30 

MWF10 

TTH1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M12-2 

M3-5 

T 8 30-10 30 

T12-2 

T3-5 

W12-2 

W2-4 

TH12-2 

TH3-5 

F3-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF9 
W3 

MWF9 

MWF1 

M2 

M2 

MS 

T3 

T3 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



5482 PH213 06 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1722 PH213 07 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

1955 PH213 08 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

6192 PH213 09 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4423 PH213 10 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4464 PH213 11 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

8050 PH213 12 CORE 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE 

4150 PH303 



4424 PH399 
" DEPARTMENT 

8661 PH402 

8662 PH405 

4425 PH411 

6680 PH420 

2907 PH430 

2908 PH535 

3155 PH538 
" DEPARTMENT 

7398 PH599 
" DEPARTMENT 

7399 PH700 
6036 PH707 

7898 PH711 

7899 PH722 

4151 PH733 

4152 PH735 

4426 PH741 
7926 PH771 

8663 PH799 

4427 PH799 02 

4428 PH799 03 

6681 PH799 04 

2909 PH799 05 

3156 PH799 06 

7400 PH799 07 

7401 PH799 08 

5650 PH799 09 

5651 PH799 10 

7900 PH799 11 

4153 PH799 12 

4154 PH801 01 



3 TWO SCHOLARS PROJECT 
PERMISSION ONLY 



TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR 


INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


URITAM 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


DEPT 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


DEPT 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


URITAM 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


DEPT 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


URITAM 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO PHYSICSLRECITATION 


DEPT 


PH211 ALSO 




INTRO/MODERN PHYSICS 1 


GRAF 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



W2 



DEPT 



3 TWO ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM I URITAM 
1 TWO MODERN LAB TECH I DEPT 

4 TWO ATOMIC & MOLECULAR PHYSIC 01 BARTOLO 



3 TWO STATIST MECH/THERMODYNAM 

3 TWO COMPUTING IN PHYSICS 

3 TWO EXPERIMENTS IN PHYS/I 

3 TWO PROJECTS IN EXPERI PHYSIC 
PERMISSION ONLY 

3 TWO READINGS/RESEARCH/PHYSICS 
PERMISSION ONLY 

GRAD PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM 

1 GRAD PHYSICS GRAD SEMINAR I 

4 GRAD CLASSICAL MECHANICS 

3 GRAD STATISTICAL PHYSICS II 

4 GRAD ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY II 



GRAD TECHNIQUES/EXPER PHYSICS 

GRAD QUANTUM MECHANICS I 

GRAD SPACE & PLASMA PHYSICS 

GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS 8, RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS 8, RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS 8, RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS 8, RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS 8, RESEARCH 

GRAD READINGS 8, RESEARCH 

GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 



WANG 
KEMPA 
DEPT 
DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 
DEPT 
BROIDQ 

ENGELBRECHT 
KALMAN 

DEPT 

BEDELL 

KALMAN 

CAROVILLANO 

KALMAN 

GOLDSMITH 

Dl BARTOLO 

BAKSHI 

URITAM 

KEMPA 

BROIDO 

GRAF 

BEDELL 

ENGELBRECHT 

WANG 

DEPT 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY "MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

4429 PH835 01 3 GRAD MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS I BAKSHI 



8664 PH888 01 GRAD INTERIM STUDY DEPT 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



4430 PH998 01 GRAD DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVE GOLDSMITH 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



6682 PH999 01 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2910 PH999 02 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

2911 PH999 03 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3157 PH999 04 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

7402 PH999 05 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

7403 PH999 06 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5652 PH999 07 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

5653 PH999 08 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

7901 PH999 09 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4155 PH999 10 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4431 PH999 11 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

8666 PH999 12 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Philosophy 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



CAROVILLANO 



Dl BARTOLO 



GOLDSMITH 



KALMAN 



BROIDO 



BEDELL 



ENGELBRECHT 



WANG 



2913 PL070 

3158 PL070 

7404 PL070 

5654 PL070 

7902 PL070 

7903 PL070 

4156 PL070 

4433 PL070 
1530 PL070 
8667 PL070 

4434 PL070 
6684 PL070 

3159 PL070 

3160 PL070 

7405 PL070 

5655 PL070 

7904 PL070 

4157 PL070 



CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 
CORE 



PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 
PHILOSOPHY 



OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 
OFTHEPERS 



WESTFALL 

POWERS 

DEPT 

MCGUSHIN 

POWERS 

WESTFALL 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

MCGUSHIN 

BROWN 

MARTIN 

BICKFORD 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BICKFORD 

CROSSON 

FERRIER 



W3 

TH3 

TH3 

F2 

F2 

TTH12* 
M3 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF11 

TH 1 30-4 40 

MWF3 
M4 

MWF1 

TTH11-1 

T TH 1 30-4 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W 4-6 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

T TH 1 30* 

M3* 

MWF1 

TTH10 30* 
W3 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF11 30* 

TTH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH9* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF8 

MWF8 

MWF12 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF9 

MWF10 

MWF10 

MWF10 

MWF10 

MWF10 

MWF10 

MWF11 

MWF11 

MWF11 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



39 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



4435 


PL070 


19 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


BROWN 


8668 


PL070 


20 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


BOLLERT 


6922 


PL070 


21 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


LYNCH 


9180 


PL070 


22 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


MARTIN 


9181 


PL070 


23 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


LYNCH 


5445 


PL070 


24 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


FERRIER 


5710 


PL070 


25 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


BOLLERT 


9978 


PL070 


26 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


CROSSON 


8247 


PL070 


27 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


VALLOR 


0520 


PL070 


28 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


WODZINSKI 


6791 


PL070 


29 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


VALLOR 


7067 


PL070 


30 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


BLASS 


1342 


PL070 


31 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


GOODMAN 


1343 


PL070 


32 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


GALDOS 


6923 


PL070 


33 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


DEPT 


9182 


PL070 


34 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


WODZINSKI 


5446 


PL070 


35 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


LEGAS 


5447 


PL070 


36 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


GOODMAN 


5711 


PL070 


37 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


GALDOS 


9979 


PL070 


38 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


DEPT 


8248 


PL070 


39 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


LEGAS 


8249 


PL070 


40 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


BLASS 


0521 


PL070 


41 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


CASEY 


6792 


PL070 


42 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


CASEY 


6793 


PL070 


43 


3 


CORE 


PHILOSOPHY OF THE PERS 


SOD 


7068 


PL080 


01 





CORE 


DISC GRP/PL088 


CURRAN 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1344 PL080 02 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1345 PL080 03 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6924 PL080 04 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9183 PL080 05 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5448 PL080 06 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5712 PL080 07 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5713 PL080 08 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9980 PL080 09 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8250 PL080 10 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0522 PL080 11 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0523 PL080 12 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6794 PL080 13 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7069 PL080 14 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1346 PL080 15 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6925 PL080 16 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6926 PL080 17 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9184 PL080 18 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5449 PL080 19 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5714 PL080 20 CORE DISC GRP/PL088 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



CURRAN 

HAVIS 

HAVIS 

WEISS 

WEISS 

RUMBLE 

RUMBLE 

BYRNE 

BYRNE 

RIVIERE 

RIVIERE 

BOETTCHER 

BQEnCHER 

MULLANE 

MULLANE 

MC MENAMIN 

MC MENAMIN 

WALLACE 

WALLACE 



9981 PL088 01 



CORE PERSON 8, SOC RESPON I 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



/ REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 



9982 PL088 02 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I HAVIS 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

8251 PL088 03 3 CORE PERSON 8, SOC RESPON I WEISS 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

0524 PL088 04 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I RUMBLE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

6795 PL088 05 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I BYRNE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

7070 PL088 06 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I RIVIERE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

1347 PL088 07 3 CORE PERSON 8, SOC RESPON I BOETTCHER 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

6927 PL088 08 3 CORE PERSON 8, SOC RESPON I MULLANE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

6928 PL088 09 3 CORE PERSON 8, SOC RESPON I MC MENAMIN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

9185 PL088 10 3 CORE PERSON 8, SOC RESPON I WALLACE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH088 ALSO 

5450 PL090 01 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I BRAMAN 

" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

5715 PL090 02 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I BRAMAN 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REOUISITE TH090 ALSO 

9983 PL090 03 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I CRONIN 
'* REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

8252 PL090 04 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I PERKINS 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

8253 PL090 05 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I WILLIAMS 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

0525 PL090 06 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I KILCOYNE 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

6796 PL090 07 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I KREEFT 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

7071 PL090 08 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I DALY 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

1348 PL090 09 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I DEPT 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

6929 PL090 10 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I DEPT 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 

9186 PL090 11 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I BROWN 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



MWF11 

MWF11 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF12 

MWF12 

MWF12 

MWF12 

MWF12 

MWF1 

MWF1 

MWF1 

MWF1 

MWF1 

MWF1 

MWF2 

MWF2 

MWF2 

MWF2 

MWF2 

MWF3 

MWF3 

TTH10 30* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH12* 

T11 

T12 

T4 

T5 

T3 

TH4 30 

T10 30 

TH4 30 

Ml 

W11 

W11 

W1 

W11 

W2 

Mil 

M12 

WIG 

W11 

T4 30 

TH4 30 

MWF11 

TTH12* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH9* 

MWF10 

MWF2 

MWF9 

MWF10 

TTH10 30* 

TTH3* 



MWF10 
W7-9 



MWF1 
W7-9 



MWF1 
W7-9 



MWF9 
W7-9 



TTH9* 
W7-9 



TTH9* 
W7-9 



TTH9* 
W7-9 



MWF10 
W7-9 



MWF11 
W7-9 



MWF11 
W7-9 



TTH9* 
W6-8 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



5451 PL090 12 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



5737 PL090 13 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



9984 PL090 14 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



8254 PL090 15 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



0526 PL090 16 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



6797 PL090 17 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



6798 PL090 18 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



7072 PL090 19 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



1349 PL090 20 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



1350 PL090 21 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



9661 PL090 22 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE TH090 ALSO 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



LAMB 



SCHEIBLER 



KILCOYNE 



HIBBS 



BRAMAN 



FLANDERS 



1903 PL193 01 3 ONE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



CHINESE CLASSICAL PHILOS 



8191 


PL205 


01 


3 


ONE 


HOUSING:GUIDE/PERPLEXED 


GOTTSCHALK 


8475 


PL233 


01 


3 


ONE 


VALUES/SOC SERV/HLTH CARE 


MANZO 


8476 


PL259 


01 


3 


ONE 


PERSP:WAR/AGGRESSION 1 


URITAM 


8477 


PL264 


01 


3 


ONE 


LOGIC 


MARTIN 


2759 


PL264 


02 


3 


ONE 


LOGIC 


HUTCHINS 


2760 


PL264 


03 


3 


ONE 


LOGIC 


HUTCHINS 


1071 


PL268 


01 


3 


ONE 


HIST AND DEVELOP RACISM 


SELDON 


*• CULTURAL DIVERSITY 









3340 PL271 01 3 ONE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



0819 PL281 01 3 CORE 



0100 PL291 01 3 ONE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



CAPSTONE:TAO/HOLIST/PHIL 

PHILOFHUMANEXISTNCEI 
PHILOS OF COMMUNITY I 



8964 


PL299 


01 


3 


ONE 


READINGS 8, RESEARCH 


7562 


PL333 


01 


3 


ONE 


PHILOSOPHY OF TOLKIEN 


8194 


PL338 


01 


3 


ONE 


HEIDEGGER PROJECT 1 


9936 


PL388 


01 


3 


ONE 


BODY AS PLEASURE8.PAIN 


5027 


PL392 


01 


3 


ONE 


GOD AND SCIENCE 


3363 


PL405 


01 


3 


ONE 


GREEK PHILOSOPHY 


9718 


PL406 


01 


3 


ONE 


MODERN PHILOSOPHY 


7896 


PL428 


01 


3 


THREE 


INTRO/PHENOMENOLOGY 


9719 


PL434 


01 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTONE:ETHICS/PROFESSNS 


8195 


PL434 


02 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTONE:ETHICS/PROFESSNS 


7649 


PL442 


01 


3 


THREE 


ROMANTICISM 8. IDEALISM 


2765 


PL455 


01 


3 


ONE 


KIERKEGAARD/NIETZSCHE 


8785 


PL507 


01 


3 


THREE 


MARX AND NIETZSCHE 


1028 


PL513 


01 


3 


THREE 


SCI QUEST FOR NEW VISIONS 



4482 PL540 01 3 THREE PHILOSOPHY OF LIBERATION 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



2026 


PL562 


01 


3 


THREE 


ART8,ITS SIGNIFICANCE 


2767 


PL593 


01 


3 


THREE 


PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 


9937 


PL609 


01 


3 


THREE 


EXISTENTIALISM 


9776 


PL620 


01 


3 


THREE 


ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS 


5156 


PL670 


01 


3 


THREE 


TECHNOLOGY 8, CULTURE 


6213 


PL700 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PLURAL,T0LER8,HUMAN RIGHTS 


2624 


PL765 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MACHIAVELLI AND HOBBES 


9939 


PL768 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INSIGHT 


9938 


PL774 


01 


3 


GRAD 


BEYOND ARISTOTLE'S PHYS 


8542 


PL795 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MERLEAU-PONTY ON PAINTING 


2082 


PL796 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TOP IN ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY 


5136 


PL814 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FASCISMS 


4071 


PL832 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PHIL8,THE0 IN AQUINAS 


4273 


PL855 


01 


3 


GRAD 


SEM:HEIDEGGERI 


1122 


PL888 


01 





GRAD 


INTERIM STUDY 



"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

5738 PL990 01 GRAD 

5739 PL998 01 GRAD 
"DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4064 PL999 01 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Political Science 



TEACHING SEMINAR 
DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 

DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



BLANCHETTE 

MC MENAMIN/FLANAGA 

MANZO 

KREEFT 

OWENS 

BERNAUER 

ANDERSON 

MADIGAN 

HIBBS 

TAMINIAUX 

SPINELLO 

SPINELLO 

RUMBLE 

MARTIN 

RASMUSSEN 

FLANAGAN/BRAMAN 

BLANCHETTE 

SCHEIBLER 

BYRNE 

KREEFT 

CLEARY 

GRIFFITH 

RASMUSSEN 

COBB-STEVENS 

FLANAGAN 

CLEARY 

TAMINIAUX 

MADIGAN 

BERNAUER 

BLANCHETTE 

OWENS 

COBB-STEVENS 

COBB-STEVENS 
COBB-STEVENS 

COBB-STEVENS 



0123 P0041 01 3 CORE FUND CONCEPTS/POLITICS 
" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 

3011 P0041 02 3 CORE FUND CONCEPTS/POLITICS 
" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 

2519 P0041 03 3 CORE FUND CONCEPTS/POLITICS 
" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 

6484 P0041 04 3 CORE FUND CONCEPTS/POLITICS 
" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 

2689 P0042 01 3 CORE FUND CONCEPTS/POLITICS 
" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 

0410 P0042 02 3 CORE FUND CONCEPTS/POLITICS 
" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 

4819 P0061 01 3 CORE AMERICAN POLITICS I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE P0063 ALSO 

1149 P0063 01 CORE DISC GRP:AMER POL I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE P0061 ALSO 

5741 P0063 02 CORE DISC GRP:AMER POL I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE P0061 ALSO 

2670 P0063 03 CORE DISC GRP:AMER POL I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PQ061 ALSO 

3012 P0063 04 CORE DISC GRP:AMER POL I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE P0061 ALSO 

4820 P0281 02 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4821 P0281 03 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1150 P0281 04 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH I 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



HALE 

BEHNEGAR 

LANDY 

BAILEY 

HAYAO 

TIERNEY 

MANWARING 

MANWARING 

MANWARING 

MANWARING 

MANWARING 

SCIGLIANO 

MANWARING 

DEESE 



TTH3* 


W7-9 


TTH1 30* 


W7-9 


TTH12* 


W7-9 


TTH12* 


W7-9 


TTH4 30* 


W7-9 


MWF1 


W7-9 


MWF12 


W7-9 


MWF12 


W7-9 


MWF2 


W7-9 


MWF9 


W7-9 


MWF10 


W7-9 



TTH3* 

W3-5 

TH4-6 15 

TTH12* 

MWF11 

MWF12 

MWF1 

T 3-5 30 

TTH10 30* 

MW3* 
T 4 30-6 15 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH10 30* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH3* 

TTH1 30* 

MWF1 

MWF9 

TTH3* 

T 4 30-6 45 

TH 4 30-6 45 

TTH12* 

MWF2 

TTH1 30* 

M W 4 30-6 

M W 4 30-6 

TTH3* 

T 4 30-6 30 

T3-5 

MW3* 

M 4 30-7 

TH 4 30-6 15 

M 4 30-6 15 

TH 6 30-8 

M W 4 30-6 

T 4 30-6 15 

M3-5 

W4 30-6 15 

M 6 30-8 15 

W 3-4 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

F 4 30-6 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF10 

MWF10 

MWF2 

TTH10 30* 

MWF11 

TTH10 30* 

MW9 

F9 

F9 

FIG 

F11 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



40 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



NDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 


INSTRUCTOR BUILDING ROOM TIME 


5742 P0281 05 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


HAFNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4065 P0281 06 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


ROSS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6355 P0281 07 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


FAULKNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2671 P0281 08 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


SHELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






3013 P0281 09 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


BEHNEGAR 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2521 P0281 10 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


LOWENTHAL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2522 P0281 11 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


TIERNEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4822 P0281 12 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


HALE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4823 P0281 13 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


PURNELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






1151 P0281 14 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


SCHLOZMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






5743 P0281 15 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


BRUELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4066 P0281 16 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


HAYAO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6356 P0281 17 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


RINTALA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2672 P0281 18 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


LANDY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2673 P0281 19 3 TWO INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH 1 


MELNICK 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2523 P0291 02 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


SCIGLIANO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2524 P0291 03 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


MANWARING 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4824 P0291 04 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


DEESE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






1152 P0291 05 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


HAFNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






1426 P0291 06 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


ROSS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






1427 P0291 07 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


FAULKNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






5752 P0291 08 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


SHELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4067 P0291 09 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


BEHNEGAR 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2674 P0291 10 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


LOWENTHAL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






2675 P0291 11 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


TIERNEY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






3015 P0291 12 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


HALE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






5622 P0291 13 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


PURNELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






5623 P0291 14 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


SCHLOZMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






7955 P0291 15 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


BRUELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






4592 P0291 16 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


HAYAO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






8931 P0291 17 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


RINTALA 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






7254 P0291 18 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


LANDY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6637 P0291 19 3 TWO HONORS THESIS 


MELNICK 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8889 P0295 01 3 THREE HONORS SEMINAR 


FAULKNER 


T4-6 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






1646 PO301 01 3 THREE POLICY&POLITICS IN U.S. 


MELNICK 


MW3* 


2027 PO306 01 3 THREE PARTIES/ELECTIONS/AMERICA 


SCHLOZMAN 


MWF9 


8009 PO308 01 3 THREE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 


HALE 


MWF2 


5914 PO309 01 3 THREE CONGRESS POL/POLICYMAKING 


TIERNEY 


TTH9* 


5624 P0321 01 3 THREE AMER CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 


MANWARING 


TTH9* 


1986 P0337 01 3 THREE AMERICAN JUDICIARY 


SCIGLIANO 


MWF2 


7255 P0355 01 6 ONE INTERNSHIP SEMINAR 1 


NATOLI 


T3-5 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






7043 P0379 01 3 THREE SEM:CURR CONST ISS/II 


MANWARING 


T4 30-6 15 


5915 P0399 01 6 ONE SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


LANDY 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






6662 PO405 01 3 THREE POLITICS/WESTRN EUROPE 1 


RINTALA 


TTH1 30' 


5657 P0416 01 3 THREE INTRO/CHINESE POLITICS 


ROSS 


TTH9* 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 






4595 P0438 01 3 THREE INTRO/RUSSIAN/SOV/E EUR 


MC NALLY/BAILEY 


TTH12* 


8010 P0439 01 3 THREE LEADERSHIP IN EUROPE 


RINTALA 


TTH3* 


8933 P0465 01 3 THREE SEM:MODERN MEXICAN POLIT 


PURNELL 


M3-5 


8934 PO501 01 3 THREE INTERNATIONAL POLITICS 


HAFNER 


MWF9 


9578 PO520 01 3 ONE THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE 


DEESE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






5916 P0525 01 3 THREE INTERN POLITICAL ECONOMY 


DEESE 


TTH1 30* 


4385 P0562 01 3 THREE SEM:GREAT&LOCAL POWERS 


ROSS 


M3-5 


6249 P0570 01 3 THREE SEM:AMERICA IN VIETNAM 


HAFNER 


W3-5 


" FOR POLI SCIENCE MAJORS ONLY 






9849 PO602 01 3 THREE POL BASIS OF CAPITALISM 


BEHNEGAR 


TTH10 30* 


7777 P0631 01 3 THREE ETHICS & POLITICS 


FAULKNER 


T TH 1 30* 


9050 P0641 01 3 THREE MODELS/POLITICAL PHENOMEN 


HAYAO 


MWF9 


3936 PO702 01 3 GRAD AMER GOVT FIELD SEM 


SCHLOZMAN 


W2-4 


2028 P0710 01 3 GRAD THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY 


SCIGLIANO 


T 7 30-9 30 


1882 P0721 01 3 GRAD COURTS AND PUBLIC POLICY 


MELNICK 


M5-7 


9579 P0799 02 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


SCIGLIANO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5917 P0799 03 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


MANWARING 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6250 P0799 04 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DEESE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6251 P0799 05 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


HAFNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0597 P0799 06 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


ROSS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5659 P0799 07 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


FAULKNER 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


4598 P0799 08 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


SHELL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8936 P0799 09 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


BEHNEGAR 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9580 P0799 10 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 


LOWENTHAL 


BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 

5918 P0799 11 3 GRAD 

6252 P0799 12 3 GRAD 

0598 P0799 13 3 GRAD 
5660 P0799 14 3 GRAD 
4599 P0799 15 3 GRAD 
8937 P0799 16 3 GRAD 
9581 P0799 17 3 GRAD 

5919 P0799 18 3 GRAD 
9747 P0799 19 3 GRAD 

6253 PO801 01 3 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

0599 P0861 01 3 GRAD 



8938 P0888 01 GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



1845 P0945 01 3 GRAD 



7631 P0998 01 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



0647 P0999 02 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



3016 P0999 03 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



9353 P0999 04 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



9725 P0999 05 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



4068 P0999 06 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



8939 P0999 07 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



1266 P0999 08 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



7632 P0999 09 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



2301 P0999 10 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



2302 P0999 11 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



0648 P0999 12 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



3017 P0999 13 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



9726 P0999 14 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



4069 P0999 15 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



8940 P0999 16 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



1267 P0999 17 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



7956 P0999 18 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



3076 P0999 19 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



READINGS AND RESEARCH 


TIERNEY 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


HALE 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


PURNELL 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


SCHLOZMAN 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


BRUELL 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


HAYAO 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


RINTALA 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


LANDY 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


MELNICK 


THESIS SEMINAR 


LANDY 


COOP&ORDER IN WORLD POL 


DEESE 


INTERIM STUDY 


HAYAO 


HEIDEGGER 


SHELL 


DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 


LANDY 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


SCIGLIANO 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


MANWARING 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


DEESE 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


HAFNER 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


ROSS 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


FAULKNER 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


SHELL 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


BEHNEGAR 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


LOWENTHAL 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


TIERNEY 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


HALE 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


PURNELL 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


SCHLOZMAN 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


BRUELL 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


HAYAO 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


RINTALA 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


LANDY 


DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 


MELNICK 



Psychology 



2303 PS005 01 3 ONE APPLIC/LEARNING THEORY GENTILELLA 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0649 PS005 02 3 ONE APPLIC/LEARNING THEORY GENTILELLA 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3018 PS005 03 3 ONE APPLIC/LEARNING THEORY MALDONADO 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9354 PS005 04 3 ONE APPLIC/LEARNING THEORY BUNCH 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

9728 PS009 01 3 ONE APPRENTICESHIP IN TEACH DEPT 

•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4070 PS009 02 3 ONE APPRENTICESHIP IN TEACH TECCE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8941 PS009 03 3 ONE APPRENTICESHIP IN TEACH GRAY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8942 PS009 04 3 ONE APPRENTICESHIP IN TEACH CANAVAN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1268 PS011 01 3 CORE PSYCHOBIO OF MENTAL DIS TECCE 

** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

7633 PS045 01 3 CORE FUND OF HUMANISTIC PSYCH SMITH 
** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

7957 PS110 01 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I GRAY 

7958 PS110 02 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I DEPT 
** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

7959 PS111 01 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGYII MORELLI 
** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

2304 PS120 01 3 ONE INTRO BEH STAT&RES I BARRETT 
** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

9051 PS120 02 3 ONE INTRO BEH STAT&RES I BARRETT 

** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

6864 PS120 03 3 ONE INTRO BEH STAT&RES I BROWNELL 

** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

0651 PS125 01 3 ONE INTRODUCTION TO FEMINISMS FRIEDMAN 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

0321 PS190 01 3 ONE STATISTICS DEPT 

** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 

8943 PS206 01 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY DEPT 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1270 PS206 02 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY BANUAZIZI 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1271 PS206 03 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY BERKOWITZ 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1272 PS206 04 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY BROWNELL 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7634 PS206 05 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY BARRETT 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7635 PS206 06 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY CANAVAN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7960 PS206 07 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY EASTON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2305 PS206 08 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY GRAY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2306 PS206 09 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY LA FRANCE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2307 PS206 10 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY LIEM 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

T4-6 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH3-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MW10 

MW1 

MW3 

TTH9 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 6-8 30 

TTH9* 

MWF12 
TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

MWF1 

T4 30* 

MWF10 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



41 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



0654 PS206 12 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3020 PS206 13 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3021 PS206 14 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9357 PS206 15 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9358 PS206 16 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9731 PS206 17 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9732 PS206 18 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4072 PS206 19 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4073 PS206 20 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6016 PS206 21 3 ONE INDEPENDENT STUDY 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



MOORE 



NUMAN 



SHOLL 



TECCE 



DEMPEWOLFF 



8944 PS241 01 3 ONE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 


BERKOWITZ 


1273 PS241 02 3 ONE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 


KULIK-JOHNSON 


1274 PS242 01 3 ONE PERSONALITY THEORIES 


DEMPEWOLFF 


7637 PS254 01 3 ONE CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY 


BANUAZIZI 


7961 PS260 01 3 ONE DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 


MOORE 


7962 PS260 02 3 ONE DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 


MOORE 


2309 PS264 01 3 ONE ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 


LIEM 


0655 PS264 02 3 ONE ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 


LIEM 


3022 PS271 01 3 ONE SENSORY PSYCHOLOGY 


EASTON 


3023 PS272 01 3 ONE COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 


SHOLL 


9359 PS272 02 3 ONE COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 


DEPT 


9360 PS285 01 3 ONE BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE 


NUMAN 


9733 PS287 01 3 ONE LEARNING 


COOPERSMITH 


9734 PS342 01 3 ONE INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS 


BERKOWITZ 


** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




4074 PS344 01 3 ONE PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER 


DEMPEWOLFF 


2001 PS347 01 3 ONE PSYCH OF PREJUDICE&RACISM 


GOODWIN 


7774 PS351 01 3 ONE CHILDHOOD&SOCIETY 


MORELLI 


2423 PS364 01 3 ONE FAMILY VIOLENCE 


TISHELMAN 


4783 PS372 01 3 ONE INTRO TO COGNITIVE SCI 


SCHOPMAN 


" FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




1153 PS387 01 3 ONE DEVELOPMENT PSYCHOBIOLOGY 


COOPERSMITH 


1154 PS399 01 6 TWO SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


WINNER 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




1513 PS444 01 3 TWO RES PRAC IN SOCIAL PSYCH 


DEPT 


** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




2088 PS444 02 3 TWO RES PRAC IN SOCIAL PSYCH 


BARREH 


" FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




5881 PS462 01 3 ONE RES PRAC IN COGNITIVE DEV 


VON KAROLYI 


** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




5882 PS471 01 3 ONE RES PRAC IN LANG&COGNIT 


BROWNELL 


" FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




2838 PS480 01 3 ONE RES PRAC:BIOPSYCHOLOGY 


SHEEHAN 


** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 




4276 PS490 01 3 ONE SENIOR THESIS 1 


NUMAN 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6618 PS490 02 3 ONE SENIOR THESIS 1 


BROWNELL 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6619 PS490 03 3 ONE SENIOR THESIS 1 


LIEM 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6620 PS490 04 3 ONE SENIOR THESIS 1 


CANAVAN 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




3024 PS490 05 3 ONE SENIOR THESIS 1 


WINNER 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




3026 PS490 06 3 ONE SENIOR THESIS 1 


DEMPEWOLFF 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




3369 PS495 01 3 ONE SENIOR HONORS THESIS 1 


WINNER 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




3370 PS495 02 3 ONE SENIOR HONORS THESIS 1 


ROSEN 


*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




7746 PS495 03 3 ONE SENIOR HONORS THESIS 1 


MITCHELL 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




7747 PS495 04 3 ONE SENIOR HONORS THESIS 1 


NUMAN 


2425 PS495 05 3 TWO SENIOR HONORS THESIS 1 


LIEM 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6488 PS510 01 3 ONE SCOPE OF PSYCHOLOGY I 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2426 


PS540 


01 


3 


THREE 


ADVTOPICS IN SOC PSYCH 


GOODWIN 


5452 


PS570 


01 


3 


THREE 


ADVTOPICS IN COGN PSYCH 


DEPT 


4787 


PS583 


01 


3 


THREE 


SEM IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY 


TECCE 


4788 


PS590 


01 


3 


THREE 


HIS&THEOR OF PSYCHOLOGY 


BANUAZIZI 


1155 


PS600 


01 


3 


THREE 


INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK 


O'GRADY-LE SHANE 


1156 PS603 01 3 GRAD PROSEM:ECOLOG PSYCHOLOGYI 
** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 


GRAY 


1514 PS606 01 3 GRAD EXPER DESIGN/STATS 
" FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 


EASTON 


1515 PS625 01 3 GRAD GRAD INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


BROWNELL 


5883 


PS640 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN SOC PSYI 


BERKOWITZ 


5884 


PS640 


02 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN SOC PSYI 


CANAVAN 


5885 


PS646 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RES WKSHP IN EMO&GEN 1 


BARRETT 


8702 PS647 01 3 GRAD RES WKSHP IN EMOMEN II 
** FOR PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS ONLY 


BARRETT 


6621 


PS654 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN CULT PSYI 


BANUAZIZI 


3027 


PS654 


02 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN CULT PSYI 


LIEM 


3371 


PS654 


03 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN CULT PSYI 


MORELLI 


3372 


PS660 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN DEV PSYI 


MORELLI 


7748 


PS660 


02 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN DEV PSYI 


ROSEN 


7749 


PS660 


03 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSHOP IN DEV PSYI 


WINNER 


2428 


PS672 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RESWORKSHPINCOG&PERCI 


BROWNELL 


4789 


PS672 


02 


3 


GRAD 


RESWORKSHPINCOG&PERCI 


EASTON 


4790 


PS672 


03 


3 


GRAD 


RESWORKSHPINCOG&PERCI 


SHOLL 


1157 


PS672 


04 


3 


GRAD 


RESWORKSHPINCOG&PERCI 


SRINIVAS 


1158 


PS686 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RES WORKSP IN BIO PSYCH 1 


MITCHELL 



BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

MWF2 

TTH12* 

MWF10 

TTH12* 

TTH12* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH12* 

TTH3' 

TTH10 30* 

MWF11 

T TH 1 30* 

MWF11 

W 6-8 30 

MWF12 

MWF12 
TH 6-8 30 
W12-2 
W 6-8 30 
T 3-5 30 

M 6-8 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH9' 

TTH3* 

TTH1 30* 

MWF2 

W 6-8 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



TTH3* 

MWF1 

T 6-8 30 

TH3-5 

W9-11 

M1-3 

T TH 1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
T12-1 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



1516 PS686 02 3 

1517 PS691 01 3 

5886 PS691 02 3 

5887 PS691 03 3 



GRAD RES WORKSP IN BIO PSYCH I 

GRAD PROF DEVELOP WORKSHOP I 

GRAD PROF DEVELOP WORKSHOP I 

GRAD PROF DEVELOP WORKSHOP I 



4278 PS721 01 3 THREE HUMAN BEHAV/SOC ENVIRON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6622 PS721 03 3 THREE HUMAN BEHAV/SOC ENVIRON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3028 PS721 05 3 THREE HUMAN BEHAV/SOC ENVIRON 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3373 PS998 01 GRAD DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY ** DOCTORAL STUDENTS 

3374 PS999 01 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY ** DOCTORAL STUDENTS 

Romance Languages/Literatures 



NUMAN 
BARRETT 
LA FRANCE 
WINNER 
DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 



LIEM 
ONLY 



WINNER 
ONLY 



3283 RL003 

9485 RL003 

9486 RL003 

9743 RL003 

0039 RL003 
2243 RL003 

8440 RL003 

8441 RL003 

8672 RL007 

2856 RL009 

3284 RL009 

9487 RL009 

9744 RL009 

0040 RL009 

2245 RL009 

8673 RL009 

2857 RL011 

1081 RL011 

9488 RL011 
6097 RL015 

9745 RL015 
1265 RL015 

0041 RL015 

2246 RL015 

8442 RL015 

8674 RL015 

2858 RL015 

1082 RL015 

9489 RL015 

9746 RL015 

2131 RL015 

4355 RL015 

0600 RL015 
2016 RL015 
1723 RL017 
1956 RL017 
6193 RL017 

2132 RL017 

4356 RL017 

4357 RL017 

0601 RL017 
0801 RL017 
5226 RL017 

5030 RL021 

5031 RL021 
5484 RL041 



1724 
8011 
1957 
1370 
6194 
2133 
4358 
0602 
0802 
5032 
3287 
5485 
1725 
6195 
1618 
2134 
4359 
0603 
0804 
5033 
3288 
5486 
5487 
1726 
1960 
6196 
2135 
2136 
4360 
0604 



RL109 01 

RL109 02 

RL109 03 

RL109 04 

RL109 05 

RL109 06 

RL109 07 

RL109 08 

RL109 09 

RL109 10 

RL109 11 

RL109 12 

RL109 13 

RL111 01 

RL113 01 

RL113 02 

RL113 03 

RL113 04 

RL115 01 

RL115 02 

RL115 03 

RL115 04 

RL115 05 

RL115 06 

RL115 07 

RL115 08 

RL115 09 

RL115 10 

RL115 11 

RL115 12 



3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY ROMANIAN I BUZAN 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I JAVEL 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY FRENCH I DEPT 

1 ONE ELEM FRENCH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

1 ONE ELEM FRENCH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

1 ONE ELEM FRENCH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE ELEMENTARY SPANISH I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM SPANISH PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM ITALIAN PRACTICUM I DEPT 

ONE ELEM ITALIAN PRACTICUM I DEPT 

6 ONE INTEN ELEM SPAN/ORAL PROF LAFOND 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I DEPT 

1 ONE INTER ITAL PRACTICUM I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 

3 ONE INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I DEPT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
W 8 30-11 

TH 8-10 30 

F 10-12 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF9 


MWF10 


MWF11 


MWF12 


MWF12 


MWF1 


MWF10 


MWF12 


W3-5 


MWF9 


MWF10 


MWF11 


MWF12 


MWF12 


MWF1 


MWF10 


T9 


TH9 


T4 


MWF9 


MWF10 


MWF10 


MWF10 


MWF11 


MWF11 


MWF11 


MWF12 


MWF12 


MWF12 


MWF1 


MWF1 


MWF2 


MWF12 


MWF11 


T9 


T12 


TH8 


TH9 


TH12 


TH1 


TH2 


W2 


TH3 


T1 


T2 


MWF12 


TTH12* 


MWF9 


MWF10 


MWF10 


MWF11 


MWF11 


MWF11 


MWF1 


MWF1 


MWF1 


MWF2 


MWF2 


MWF2 


MWF1 


T9 


MWF10 


MWF11 


MWF12 


MWF9 


MWF8 


MWF9 


MWF9 


MWF9 


MWF9 


MWF10 


MWF10 


MWF10 


MWF10 


MWF11 


MWF11 


MWF11 



42 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



0805 


RL115 


13 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


5034 


RL115 


14 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


3289 


RL115 


15 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


5488 


RL115 


16 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


1727 


RL115 


17 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


1961 


RL115 


18 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


1962 


RL115 


19 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


6197 


RL115 


20 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


2137 


RL115 


21 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


4361 


RL115 


22 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


0605 


RL115 


23 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


0806 


RL115 


24 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


5035 


RL115 


25 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


3290 


RL115 


26 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


5489 


RL115 


27 


3 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 1 


DEPT 


1729 


RL182 


01 


6 


ONE 


INTEN INTERMED FRENCH/PRO BRAVO/FLAGG 


1963 


RL209 


01 


3 


ONE 


FRENCH CONV/COMP/RDG 1 


DEPT 


6198 


RL209 


02 


3 


ONE 


FRENCH CONV/COMP/RDG 1 


FLAGG 


4436 


RL209 


03 


3 


ONE 


FRENCH CONV/COMP/RDG 1 


DEPT 


6685 


RL209 


04 


3 


ONE 


FRENCH CONV/COMP/RDG 1 


DEPT 


6686 


RL209 


05 


3 


ONE 


FRENCH CONV/COMP/RDG 1 


DEPT 


2914 


RL213 


01 


3 


ONE 


ITALIAN CONV/COMP/READ 1 


MATTII 


3161 


RL215 


01 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


7406 


RL215 


02 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


KUPFERSCHMID 


7407 


RL215 


03 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


5661 


RL215 


04 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


5662 


RL215 


05 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


KUPFERSCHMID 


7905 


RL215 


06 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


4158 


RL215 


07 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


4437 


RL215 


08 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


8675 


RL215 


09 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


8676 


RL215 


10 


3 


ONE 


SPANISH CONV/COMP/READ 


DEPT 


8644 


RL274 


01 


3 


ONE 


LITERATURE&OPERA 1 


FIGURITO 


4438 


RL300 


01 


3 


ONE 


EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE 


DEESE 


*' DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6687 


RL303 


01 


3 


ONE 


FRENCH PHONETICS 


ARAUJO 


6688 


RL305 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO DRAMA & POETRY 


BOLD 


2915 


RL306 


01 


3 


TWO 


INTRO TO NARRATIVE FORMS 


NEWMARK 


8038 


RL308 


01 


3 


TWO 


ADV LANG STUDIES-FRENCH 


MOSTEFAI 


4489 


RL309 


01 


3 


TWO 


TOPICS/FRENCH CULT&CIV 


RAHV 


3162 


RL331 


01 





TWO 


WRITING TUTORIAL 1 


DEPT 


0116 


RL348 


01 


3 


CORE 


LE FRANCAIS ET L'AMERIQUE 


FLAGG 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 








7408 


RL360 


01 


3 


ONE 


Lin ET CULT FRANCOPHONE 


S ROSENBERG 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 








2928 


RL364 


01 


3 


CORE 


LIT VOYAGE OF EXPLORATIOf 


BOLD 


1285 


RL390 


01 


3 


ONE 


TELEGIORNALEI 


O'CONNOR 


7436 


RL391 


01 


3 


TWO 


NATURALMENTE 1 


RHODES 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5663 RL391 02 3 TWO NATURALMENTE I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7906 RL391 03 3 TWO NATURALMENTE I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

3166 RL999 01 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



ROSSER 



4161 


RL395 


01 


3 


TWO 


CONTEXTOS 


CARPENTER 


8731 


RL427 


01 


3 


THREE 


STUDIES IN MONTAIGNE 


RAHV 


8417 


RL441 


01 


3 


THREE 


THEOR/FICT/ENLIGHTENMENT 


MOSTEFAI 


7213 


RL477 


01 


3 


THREE 


20TH CENTURY FRENCH NOVEL 


NEWMARK 


8678 


RL499 


01 


1 


GRAD 


COLLEGE TEACH OF FOR LANG 


RUSCH 


7076 


RL563 


01 


3 


ONE 


ITALIAN THEATRE ON STAGE 


LAMPARSKA 


4440 


RL595 


01 


3 


THREE 


TEACHING FOR LANGUAGES 


DEPT 


6689 


RL611 


01 


3 


TWO 


EPOCAS 1: SPAIN-MID AGES 


CARPENTER 


6690 


RL613 


01 


3 


TWO 


EPOCAS lll:SP LIT/ENLIGHT 


MIZRAHI 


2917 


RL614 


01 


3 


TWO 


EPOCAS IV:SP AMI 5-1 9TH 


OJEDA 


6212 


RL658 


01 


3 


ONE 


DON QUIJOTE(SPANISH) 


RHODES 


9372 


RL675 


01 


3 


ONE 


SP SHORT ST SINCE CLARIN 


MIZRAHI 


6098 


RL692 


01 


3 


ONE 


HISPANIC LIT IN FILM 


OJEDA 


3165 RL698 01 3 TWO HONORS RESEARCH SEM 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


ARAUJO 


7437 RL699 01 3 TWO HONORS THESIS SEMINAR 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


ARAUJO 


5664 


RL704 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EXPLICATION DE TEXTE 


BOLD 


2747 


RL705 


01 


3 


GRAD 


HISTORY/FRENCH LANGUAGE 


SHEPARD 


7950 


RL752 


01 


3 


GRAD 


MIRROR/MIRAGE/REALIS NOV 


ARAUJO 


7907 RL799 03 3 GRAD READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


BRUCKNER 


7908 


RL799 


13 


3 


GRAD 


READINGS & RESEARCH 


ROSSER 


4162 


RL799 


14 


3 


GRAD 


READINGS & RESEARCH 


SHEPARD 


2850 


RL805 


01 


3 


GRAD 


BOCCACCIO/DEV OF IT PROSE 


SHEPARD 


2576 


RL842 


01 


3 


GRAD 


GIOCOMOLEOPARDI 


LAMPARSKA 


4442 RL888 01 GRAD 
"MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 


INTERIM STUDY 


SHEPARD 


4443 


RL901 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ADV TEXTUAL ANLY-SPANISH 


MIZRAHI 


9564 


RL911 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ALFONSO. EL SABIO 


CARPENTER 


8996 


RL982 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ART OF SHORT STORY 


ROSSER 


2704 


RL985 


01 


3 


GRAD 


WOM WRITERS OF CON SPAM 


DEPT 


2920 


RL998 


01 





GRAD 


DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVES 


SHEPARD 



SHEPARD 



Slavic and Eastern Languages 



MWF11 


9195 


SL009 


02 


4 


ONE 


ELEMENTARY CHINESE 1 


MWF11 
















5493 


SL013 


01 





ONE 


ELEM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


MWF12 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL003 ALSO 


MWF12 


5757 


SL013 


02 





ONE 


ELEM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


MWF12 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL003 ALSO 


MWF12 


9990 


SL013 


03 





ONE 


ELEM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL003 ALSO 


MWF12 


9991 


SL013 


04 





ONE 


ELEM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


MWF12 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL003 ALSO 


MWF12 


8262 


SL013 


05 





ONE 


ELEM RUSSIAN CONV 1 




** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL003 ALSO 


MWF2 
















8081 


SL021 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRODUCTION/JAPANESE 1 


MWF2 
















0533 


SL023 


01 


4 


ONE 


ELEMENTARY JAPANESE 1 


MWF2 


** COURSE HELD 








MWF3 


6807 


SL027 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRO/MODERN IRISH 1 


MWF3 


7080 


SL035 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRODUCTION/BULGARIAN 1 


MWF3 


1358 


SL037 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW 1 


MW3' 


1359 


SL045 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONTINUING BULGARIAN 1 


TTH3' 
















6939 


SL051 


01 


4 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN 1 


MWF10 


•* REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL055 ALSO 


MWF11 


9196 


SL055 


01 





ONE 


INTERM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


MWF12 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL051 ALSO 


MWF2 


5494 


SL055 


02 





ONE 


INTERM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL051 ALSO 


MWF2 


5758 


SL055 


03 





ONE 


INTERM RUSSIAN CONV 1 


TTH9* 


** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL051 ALSO 


MWF9 


9992 


SL061 


01 


4 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE CHINESE 1 


MWF9 
















9993 


SL063 


02 


4 


ONE 


INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE 1 


MWF12 
















8263 


SL067 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONTINUING MOD IRISH 1 


MWF1 
















9617 


SL075 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONTINUING KOREAN 1 


MWF12 
















0535 


SL081 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONTINUING HEBREW 1 


MWF1 
















0536 


SL084 


05 


3 


CORE 


LITERATURES OF THE WORLD 


MWF2 
















7081 


SL117 


01 


3 


ONE 


ENGL GRAMMAR REVIEW (EFS) 


MWF2 
















7082 


SL119 


01 


3 


CORE 


CRAFT OF WRITING (EFS) 


MWF2 
















1360 


SL119 


02 


3 


CORE 


CRAFT OF WRITING (EFS) 


MWF3 
















1361 


SL120 


01 


3 


CORE 


STUDY OF LITERATURE (EFS) 


T 4 30-6 30 
















6941 


SL157 


01 


3 


TWO 


PRAKTIKA RUSSKOJ RECHI 1 


BY ARRANGEMENT 
















9198 


SL163 


01 


3 


ONE 


CHUKYU KAIWA 1 


TTH10 30* 


6324 


SL205 


01 


3 


ONE 


TOLSTOY 8, DOSTOEVSKY-ENGL 


TTH12* 


8756 


SL253 


01 


3 


THREE 


CELT HEROIC AGE:WD&IMAGE 


TTH10 30* 


8965 


SL256 


01 


3 


ONE 


MOD CHINESE LIT&SOCIETY 




••CULTURAL DIVERSITY 






TTH9* 
















9995 


SL263 


01 


3 


ONE 


FAR EASTERN CIVILIZATIONS 


TTH1 30* 


••CULTURAL DIVERSITY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


6449 


SL272 


01 


3 


ONE 


WAR&PEACE IN YUGOSLAVIA 


MWF9 


4092 


SL308 


01 


3 


THREE 


DOSTOEVSKIJ & TOLSTOJ 




8265 


SL311 


01 


3 


THREE 


GENERAL LINGUISTICS 


MW3* 
















6001 


SL317 


01 


3 


THREE 


OLD RUSSIAN 


TTH1 30* 


7083 


SL360 


01 


3 


THREE 


TCHG ENGLISH FOREIGN LANG 


MWF10 


7636 


SL361 


01 


3 


THREE 


PSYCHOLINGUISTICS 


MWF10 


0902 


SL390 


04 


3 


THREE 


ADV TUTORIAURUSS LANG 



MWF12 

TTH9* 

W3-5 

T3-5 

TH3-5 

M2 

TTH12* 

M 4 30-6 30 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

T9 

MWF1 

TTH10 30* 

TTH3* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W 5 15-7 15 
M 7 30-9 30 
TH 5 15-7 15 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH3-5 

T3-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH3 

T 4 30-6 30 

W 5 15-7 15 

M5-7 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8196 SL393 05 3 THREE ADV TUTORIAL/ CHINESE 



8518 SL396 



•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8519 SL400 

2770 SL401 

1083 SL402 

9748 SL888 



3 THREE ADV TUTORIAU JAPANESE 



TWO 
TWO 
TWO 



GRAD 
** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

Sociology 



AB COMPREHENSIVE: RUSSIAN 
ABCOMP: LINGUISTICS 
AB COMP: SLAVIC STUDIES 
INTERIM STUDY 



LI 

BANUAZIZI 

BANUAZIZI 

BANUAZIZI 

BANUAZIZI 

BANUAZIZI 

SAITO 
DEPT 

KOCH 

DAKOVA 

CARPENTER 

DAKOVA 

SIMMONS 

JAVUREK 

JAVUREK 

JAVUREK 

TING 

DEPT 

O'LEARY 

YOON 

CARPENTER 

JONES 

SAID I 

BIGGAR 

SAID I 

SAID I 

SHRAYER 

DEPT 

SHRAYER 

KOCH 

TING 

LI 

SIMMONS 

SHRAYER 

CONNOLLY 

CONNOLLY 

THOMAS 

THOMAS 

SHRAYER 

TING 
DEPT 

CONNOLLY/SHRAYER 
CONNOLLY/THOMAS 
CONNOLLY/SIMMONS 
CONNOLLY 



6938 SL003 01 4 ONE ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN I 

* * REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE SL01 3 ALSO 



9194 SL009 01 4 ONE 



ELEMENTARY CHINESE I 



CONNOLLY 
LI 



MWF9 
W8 



3167 SC001 
7438 SC001 

5666 SC001 

5667 SC001 
7909 SC001 
3536 SC001 
8401 SC001 

8681 SC008 

8682 SC022 

4446 SC022 

4447 SC028 

6692 SC030 
2921 SC032 

3168 SC041 01 3 
••CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

5514 SC063 

7440 SC072 

5668 SC078 

7911 SC079 

7912 SC084 

8683 SC087 
4166 SC092 
5481 SC097 
4450 SCI 54 

6693 SCI 56 
3364 SCI 88 

2923 SCI 97 

2924 SC200 
3170 SC200 

7441 SC210 

5669 SC210 

7913 SC215 

7914 SC215 
4168 SC225 



01 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY LOWRY 

02 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY DEPT 

03 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY DEPT 

04 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY DEPT 

05 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY DEPT 

06 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY DEPT 
08 3 CORE INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY DEPT 
01 3 CORE MARRIAGE & FAMILY HOLMSTROM 

01 3 CORE SOClCRIME&PUNISHMENT VAUGHAN 

02 3 CORE SOC:CRIME&PUNISHMENT SKEFFINGTON 
01 3 CORE LOVEJNTIMACYHUMN SEXUAL DEPT 
01 3 CORE DEVIANCE/SOC CONTROL PFOHL 
01 3 CORE BUSINESS & SOCIETY BRUYN 

CORE RACE RELATIONS LEVENTMAN 

01 3 CORE WOMEN AND WORK HESSE-BIBER 

01 3 CORE INEQUALITY IN AMERICA SPANGLER 

01 3 CORE SOC OF HEALTH AND ILLNESS DEPT 

01 3 CORE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY DEPT 

01 3 CORE MASS MEDIA/AMER SOCIETY GAMSON 

01 3 CORE SOCIAL MOVEMENTS DEPT 

01 3 CORE PEACE OR WAR:U.S./3RD WRL DERBER 

01 3 CORE DEATH AND DYING WILLIAMSON 

01 3 ONE MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY HOLMSTROM 

01 3 ONE SPORTS/AMERICAN SOCIETY MALEC 

01 3 ONE SOC OF ORGANIZATIONS BURNS 

01 3 ONE POWER IN CONTEMPORARY SOC LOWRY 

01 3 TWO STATISTICS HARRIS 

02 3 TWO STATISTICS HARRIS 

01 3 TWO RESEARCH METHODS GRAY 

02 3 TWO RESEARCH METHODS DEPT 

01 3 TWO SOCIAL THEORY LEVENTMAN 

02 3 TWO SOCIAL THEORY DEPT 
01 3 ONE INTRODUCTION TO FEMINISMS FRIEDMAN 



MWF10 
W9 



W3 



F1 

F3 

MWF1 
MWF2 

TTH9* 

MWF 

TTH9* 

MWF 

MWF2 

W1 

W3 



MWF12 


W10 


MWF3 


TTH12* 


TTH130* 


TTH6* 


TTH9* 


MWF12 


MWF12 


MWF3 


MWF9 


MWF9 


MWF1 


MWF11 


TTH12* 


MWF2 


MWF11 


MWF1 


MWF11 


MWF10 


MWF1 


TTH1 30* 


TTH10 30* 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


MWF3 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 



MWF1 


TTH12* 


MWF9 


MW3* 


TTH3* 


MWF10 


MWF2 


MWF2 


TTH9* 


MWF8 


TTH9* 


TTH10 30 


MWF2 


TTH3* 


TTH130* 


TTH1 30* 


MWF10 


MWF1 


TTH3* 


MWF1 


TTH1 30* 


TTH3* 


MWF11 


MWF9 


M 3-5 30 


MWF12 


TTH9* 


TTH10 30 


TTH9* 


MWF2 


TTH130* 


MWF12 


T4 30* 



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43 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



4169 SC242 


01 


3 


TWO 


BLACK WOMEN/FEMINISM 


FREYDBERG 


4451 SC250 


01 


3 


ONE 


PERSP:WAR/AGGRESSION 1 


URITAM 


8684 SC268 


01 


3 


ONE 


HIST AND DEVEL OF RACISM 


SELDON 



■ CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



6930 SC299 01 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6931 SC299 02 3 THREE READINGS « 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



RESEARCH 



9187 SC299 03 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9188 SC299 04 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9189 SC299 05 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6400 SC299 06 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5453 SC299 07 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5753 SC299 08 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5754 SC299 09 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9985 SC299 10 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8255 SC299 11 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8256 SC299 12 3 THREE READINGS « 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



RESEARCH 



8257 SC299 13 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0527 SC299 14 3 THREE READINGS « 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



RESEARCH 



0528 SC299 15 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6799 SC299 16 3 THREE READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



DERBER 



HESSE-BIBER 



WILLIAMSON 



HOLMSTROM 



LEVENTMAN 



PFOHL 



VAUGHAN 



MALEC 



6800 


SC299 17 


3 


THREE 


READINGS & RESEARCH 


SPANGLER 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6801 


SC340 01 


3 


THREE 


INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGY 1 


WILLIAMSON 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




7073 


SC341 01 


3 


THREE 


INTERNSHIP IN SOCIOLOGYII 


WILLIAMSON 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




7074 


SC346 01 


3 


THREE 


AMER ECON CRISIS/SOC CHNG 


DERBER 


1352 


SC378 01 


3 


THREE 


INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK 


O'GRADY-LE SHANE 


6932 


SC399 01 


6 


THREE 


SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 


KARP 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6933 


SC422 01 


3 


THREE 


INTERNSHIPS CRIMINOLOGY 1 


SKEFFINGTON 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




6934 


SC423 01 


3 


THREE 


INTERNSHIPS CRIMINOLOGYII 


SKEFFINGTON 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




9190 


SC430 01 


3 


THREE 


AMERICAN CORPORATIONS 


BRUYN 


5454 


SC468 01 


3 


THREE 


SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION 


YOUN 


" FOR A&S ONLY 










0896 


SC509 01 


3 


THREE 


FEMINISM AND METHODOLOGY 


HESSE-BIBER 


5956 


SC533 01 


3 


THREE 


SOCIOLOGY/PSYCHOANALYSIS 


PFOHL 


5490 


SC555 01 


3 


TWO 


SENIOR HONORS SEMINAR 


GRAY 


** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 




9986 


SC578 01 


3 


THREE 


CORPORATE SOC RESPON 


LOWRY 


9987 


SC580 01 


3 


THREE 


SOCIAL PROB&SOCIAL CHANGE 


HARRIS 


0306 


SC670 01 


3 


THREE 


TECHNOLOGY 8, CULTURE 


GRIFFITH 


0529 


SC702 01 


3 


GRAD 


INTRO/STATS/DATA ANALYSIS 


MALEC 


0530 


SC704 01 


3 


GRAD 


TOPICS/MULTIVARIATE STATS 


WILLIAMSON 


6802 


SC710 01 


3 


GRAD 


SURVEY RESEARCH METHODS 


GRAY 


6803 


SC715 01 


3 


GRAD 


THEORY PROSEMINAR 1 


SPANGLER 


1118 


SC718 01 


3 


GRAD 


INTER&MEANING IN SOC LIFE 


VAUGHAN 


6804 


SC728 01 


3 


GRAD 


INEQUALITIES/HEALTH CARE 


GUILLEMIN 


7075 


SC751 01 


3 


GRAD 


QUEST FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE 


GAMSON 


1353 


SC799 01 


3 


GRAD 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DERBER 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1354 SC799 02 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1355 SC799 03 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6935 SC799 04 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6936 SC799 05 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9192 SC799 06 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9193 SC799 07 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5491 SC799 08 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5492 SC799 09 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5756 SC799 10 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9988 SC799 11 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9989 SC799 12 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8260 SC799 13 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8261 SC799 14 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0531 SC799 17 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0532 SC799 18 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6805 SC799 20 3 GRAD READINGS AND RESEARCH 



GUILLEMIN 



HOLMSTROM 



KARP 



LOWRY 



VAUGHAN 



MALEC 



HARRIS 



WILLIAMSON 



6806 SC801 01 



GRAD THESIS SEMINAR 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY " MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

7077 SC888 01 GRAD INTERIM STUDY KARP 

** MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 



7078 


SC900 


01 


3 


GRAD 


TEACHING APPRENTICESHIP 


KARP 


1356 


SC901 


01 


3 


GRAD 


RESEARCH APPRENTICESHIP 


KARP 


1357 


SC998 


01 





GRAD 


DOCTORAL COMPREHENSIVE 


KARP 



M 3-5 30 
TTH12* 
T 3-5 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 3-5 30 

W9-11 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W 3-5 30 
W 4 30-6 15 

M 12-2 30 
T3-6 
T 3-5 30 

TH 12 30-3 

T TH 1 30* 

M 4 30-7 

MW3' 

TTH9* 

TH 3-5 30 

TTH10 30* 

T 6-8 30 

W 6-8 30 

T TH 1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



6937 SC999 01 GRAD 
** DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Social Work 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



KARP 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



9941 SW600 01 

4282 SW700 01 

9749 SW700 02 

8198 SW700 03 

8199 SW700 04 

8200 SW700 05 
8520 SW700 06 

2771 SW700 07 

2772 SW700 08 

1085 SW700 09 

3379 SW700 10 

3380 SW701 01 

9750 SW701 02 

4283 SW701 03 

9751 SW701 04 

8201 SW701 05 

8202 SW701 06 
2922 SW701 07 
6276 SW701 10 

2774 SW721 01 

1086 SW721 02 

3381 SW721 03 

9752 SW721 04 

9942 SW721 05 

4284 SW721 06 

4285 SW721 07 

1907 SW721 09 

1908 SW721 10 

1909 SW723 01 

8203 SW723 02 

8204 SW723 03 

8522 SW723 04 

8523 SW723 08 

2775 SW727 01 

1087 SW727 03 
** COURSE HELD 

3382 SW747 01 

3383 SW747 02 

9753 SW747 03 

4286 SW747 04 

9754 SW747 05 

8205 SW747 06 



3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK PRAC 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD SOCIAL WELFARE SYSTEM 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD HUMAN BEHAVIOR & SOC ENV 

3 GRAD RACISM, OPPRESS&CUL DIV 

3 GRAD RACISM, OPPRESS&CUL DIV 

3 GRAD RACISM, OPPRESS&CUL DIV 

3 GRAD RACISM, OPPRESS&CUL DIV 

3 GRAD RACISM, OPPRESS&CUL DIV 

3 GRAD SUBSTNCE ABUSE:ALC/OTHERS 

3 GRAD SUBSTNCE ABUSE:ALC/OTHERS 

3 GRAD RES METHS FOR SOC WK PRAC 

3 GRAD RES METHS FOR SOC WK PRAC 

3 GRAD RES METHS FOR SOC WK PRAC 

3 GRAD RES METHS FOR SOC WK PRAC 

3 GRAD RES METHS FOR SOC WK PRAC 

3 GRAD RES METHS FOR SOC WK PRAC 
SW PRAC INDEP STUDY 



2776 SW799 01 3 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2777 SW799 02 3 GRAD SW PRAC INDEP STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1088 SW799 16 

3384 SW813 01 3 

3385 SW815 01 3 
** COURSE HELD 



9755 SW816 01 3 

4287 SW816 03 3 
** COURSE HELD 

9756 SW819 01 3 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



GRAD SW PRAC INDEP STUDY 

GRAD COMP POL ANALY/FIELD EXP 

GRAD IMPACT OF PSYCHOSOC ISS 

GRAD SUPERV & STAFF MGT 

GRAD SUPERV & STAFF MGT 



GRAD SWPS INDEPENDENT STUDY 



1910 SW819 02 3 GRAD SWPS INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8207 SW819 03 3 GRAD SWPS INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8208 SW819 04 3 GRAD SWPS INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4095 SW820 03 
** COURSE HELD 



GRAD SWRESP TO AIDS EPIDEMIC 



2778 SW822 03 
** COURSE HELD 

2779 SW825 01 

1089 SW825 02 

1090 SW825 03 
"COURSE HELD 

3386 SW827 01 

9757 SW827 02 

4288 SW827 03 
** COURSE HELD 

2525 SW827 04 

2526 SW833 01 

2527 SW839 01 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 GRAD IMPACT VICTIMIZ CH/AD DEV 



GRAD 
GRAD 
GRAD 

GRAD 
GRAD 
GRAD 

GRAD 
GRAD 



SOCIAL WORK WITH GROUPS 
SOCIAL WORK WITH GROUPS 
SOCIAL WORK WITH GROUPS 

EGO PSYCHOLOGY 
EGO PSYCHOLOGY 
EGO PSYCHOLOGY 

EGO PSYCHOLOGY 
SOCIAL GERONTOLOGY 
HBSE INDEPENDENT STUDY 



4825 SW839 02 3 GRAD HBSE INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4826 SW839 03 3 GRAD HBSE INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4827 SW839 04 3 GRAD HBSE INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1163 SW839 05 3 GRAD HBSE INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1164 SW840 01 3 GRAD ADV OUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS 
1428 SW848 01 3 GRAD RES/RDNGS: WOMEN'S ISSUES 

RESEARCH INDEPEN STUDY 



1429 SW849 01 3 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1430 SW849 02 3 GRAD RESEARCH INDEPEN STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5760 SW849 03 3 GRAD RESEARCH INDEPEN STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5761 SW849 04 3 GRAD RESEARCH INDEPEN STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



O'GRADY-LE SHANE 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

LYNCH 

CASTAGNOLA 

WALSH 

DONATELLE 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

TOURSE 

CATALANO 

SPENCER 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BUNCH 

O'HARE 

O'HARE 

DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 
MCINNIS-DIHRICH 

DEPT 

DEPT 

lATRIDIS 

CAVACA/HURWITZ 

VEEDER 
VEEDER 

lATRIDIS 

KINGSON 

ROWLAND 

WILLIAMS 

LYNCH 

SANFORD 

DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 

DEPT 
DEPT 
DEPT 

DEPT 

MCINNIS-DIHRICH 

DEPT 

MACKEY 

HOWARD 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 
DEPT 

WILLIAMS 

TRAN 

VEEDER 

BRANCO 



W9-11 

W9-11 

W2-4 

TH 10 30-12 30 

TH 4 30-6 30 

F 10-12 

W 6 30-8 30 

WORCESTER ONLY 

PLYMOUTH ONLY 

MAINE ONLY 

SPRINGFIELD ONLY 

W11-1 

W2-4 

TH 10 30-12 30 

TH 6 30-8 30 

F8-10 

W 6 30-8 30 

WORCESTER ONLY 

SPRINGFIELD ONLY 

W 8 30-11 

W 4-6 30 

TH 8-10 30 

TH 4-6 30 

F 10-12 30 

F 12 30-3 

WORCESTER ONLY 

MAINE ONLY 

SPRINGFIELD ONLY 

W2-4 

TH2-4 

F 10-12 

TH 8 30-10 30 

PLYMOUTH ONLY 

TH 6 30-8 30 

PRE-REG ONLY 

W11-1 

W 4 30-6 30 

TH 6 30-8 30 

TH2-4 

F8-10 

F3-5 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
S9-12 
PRE-REG ONLY 

TH 10 30-12 30 
PRE-REG ONLY 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

PRE-REG ONLY 

PRE-REG ONLY 

TH 10 30-12 30 
F8-10 
PRE-REG ONLY 

TH 4 30-6 30 
F1-3 
PRE-REG ONLY 

F 10-12 

TH 10 30-12 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

F8-10 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



44 



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INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



076 SW849 05 3 GRAD RESEARCH INDEPEN STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



FREED 



4077 


SW851 


01 


3 


GRAD 


POLICY ANALY RES/SOC REF 


KINGSON 


6357 


SW861 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


DEPT 


6358 


SW861 


02 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS &INTERVENT 


DEPT 


2676 


SW861 


03 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


DEPT 


2677 


SW861 


04 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


DEPT 


2678 


SW861 


05 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


DEPT 


3032 


SW861 


06 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


DEPT 


3033 


SW861 


07 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS 8, INTERVENT 


KAMYA 


7298 


SW861 


08 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


DEPT 


7299 


SW861 


09 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS 8, INTERVENT 


DEPT 


2528 


SW861 


10 


3 


GRAD 


DIFF ASSESS & INTERVENT 


KLINE 


2529 


SW863 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CROSS-CULTURAL SOC WORK 


GOODRIDGE 


2530 


SW864 


01 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


DEPT 


4828 


SW864 


02 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


DEPT 


4829 


SW864 


03 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


DEPT 


"COURSE HELD 










4830 


SW864 


04 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


DEPT 


** COURSE HELD 










1165 


SW864 


05 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


HERAN 


1166 


SW864 


06 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


KAMYA 


"COURSE HELD 










1431 


SW864 


08 


3 


GRAD 


GROUP THERAPY 


DEPT 


"COURSE HELD 










1432 


SW865 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FAMILY THERAPY 1 


DEPT 


5762 


SW865 


02 


3 


GRAD 


FAMILY THERAPY 1 


DEPT 


5763 


SW865 


03 


3 


GRAD 


FAMILY THERAPY 1 


DEPT 


"COURSE HELD 










4078 


SW865 


05 


3 


GRAD 


FAMILY THERAPY 1 


DEPT 


4079 


SW867 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CSW TREAT/CHILD & ADOL 


DEPT 


6359 


SW869 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CSW INDEPENDENT STUDY-IND 


DEPT 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6360 SW869 02 3 GRAD CSW INDEPENDENT STUDY-IND MACKEY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6361 SW869 03 3 GRAD CSW INDEPENDENT STUDY-IND KAYSER 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2679 SW869 04 3 GRAD CSW INDEPENDENT STUDY-IND PINDERHUGHES 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2680 SW869 05 3 GRAD CSW INDEPENDENT STUDY-IND FREED 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2681 SW870 05 


3 


GRAD 


CSW GROUP STUDY/FAM PRES 


MALUCCIO 


"COURSE HELD 










3034 SW871 01 


3 


GRAD 


SW/EXTR STRESS ENV:PRIS 


AZZA 


7300 SW872 01 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


DEPT 


7301 SW872 02 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


DEPT 


7302 SW872 03 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


LYNCH 


"COURSE HELD 










7303 SW872 04 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


O'HARE 


" COURSE HELD 










2531 SW872 05 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


DEPT 


" COURSE HELD 










2532 SW872 06 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


DEPT 


" COURSE HELD 










2533 SW872 08 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MICRO PRACTICE 


DEPT 


"COURSE HELD 










4831 SW873 01 


3 


GRAD 


PSYCHOSOC DIMEN/HLTH CARE 


DANIELS 


4832 SW876 01 


3 


GRAD 


TIME-EFFECTIVE THERAPY 


FANGER 


1168 SW879 01 


3 


GRAD 


SOCIAL WORK PRACT/WOMEN 


KAYSER 


1433 SW880 01 


3 


GRAD 


SWPRAC IN CHILD WELFARE 


DEPT 


0622 SW885 01 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MACRO PRACTICE 


MC NUTT 


5764 SW885 03 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL RES/MACRO PRACTICE 


MC NUTT 


" COURSE HELD 










5765 SW887 01 


3 


GRAD 


URBAN DEVELOPMENTAL PLAN 


lATRIDIS 


4080 SW897 01 


3 


GRAD 


PLAN/HEALTH & MENTAL SERV 


SHULMAN 


4081 SW899 01 


3 


GRAD 


COPPA INDEPENDENT STUDY 


MC NUTT 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6362 SW899 02 3 GRAD COPPA INDEPENDENT STUDY WEITZMAN 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

6363 SW899 03 3 GRAD COPPA INDEPENDENT STUDY ROWLAND 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

2682 SW899 04 3 GRAD COPPA INDEPENDENT STUDY lATRIDIS 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2683 


SW921 


01 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


DEPT 


3035 


SW921 


02 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


CALELLO 


7304 


SW921 


03 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


CASTAGNOLA 


7305 


SW921 


04 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


CATALANO 


2534 


SW921 


05 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


KANE 


2535 


SW921 


06 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


SAN FORD 


4833 


SW921 


07 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


GOODRIDGE 


1169 


SW921 


08 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


HEGARTY 


1435 


SW921 


09 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


KAPLAN 


1436 


SW921 


10 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


PINNOCK 


5766 


SW921 


11 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


MC KINNON 


5767 


SW921 


12 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


MCINNIS-DITTRICH 


4082 


SW921 


13 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


PLATT 


6364 


SW921 


14 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


DOUCETTE-ROSA 


2684 


SW921 


15 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


KLINE 


2685 


SW921 


16 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


TOUZIN 


3036 


SW921 


17 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


SHARIF 


7306 


SW921 


18 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


MACKEY 


2536 


SW921 


19 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


KAYSER 


2537 


SW921 


20 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


BYRNE 


4834 


SW921 


21 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


CAREY 


1170 


SW921 


22 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


MACNEIL 


1437 


SW921 


23 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


JOHNSON 


1438 


SW921 


24 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


DEPT 


5768 


SW921 


25 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


PROVENCHER 


5769 


SW921 


26 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


CAVACA 


4083 


SW921 


27 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


DEPT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 


6365 


SW921 


28 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




WALSH 




2686 


SW921 


29 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




SPENCER 


F1-3 




















3037 


SW921 


30 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




TOURSE 


TH 8 30-10 30 




















7307 


SW921 


31 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




WARSH 


TH 10 30-12 30 




















7308 


SW921 


32 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




WILLIAMS 


TH2-4 




















2538 


SW921 


33 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




WEWIORSKI 


TH 4 30-6 30 




















4835 


SW921 


34 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




DEPT 


TH 6 30-9 




















4836 


SW921 


35 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




DEPT 


F8-10 




















1171 


SW921 


36 


3 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




DEPT 


F 10-12 




















1439 


SW921 


40 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




lATRIDIS 


F1-3 




















5770 


SW921 


41 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




HEGARTY 


TH2-4 




















5771 


SW921 


42 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




WEITZMAN 


TH 10 30-12 30 




















4084 


SW921 


43 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




TRAN 


F1-3 




















6366 


SW921 


44 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




GOODRIDGE 


TH 8 30-10 30 




















2687 


SW921 


45 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




HOWE 


F3-5 




















3038 


SW921 


46 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




SHARIF 


PRE-REG ONLY 




















7309 


SW921 


47 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




MCNUn 


PRE-REG ONLY 


7310 


SW921 


48 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




ROWLAND 




5671 


SW921 


49 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




CAREY 


TH 6 30-8 30 


7963 


SW921 


50 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 




COLLINS 


PRE-REG ONLY 


7964 


SW929 


01 





GRAD 


FIELD CONTINUATI 


DN 


DEPT 




" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






PRE-REG ONLY 


4289 


SW933 


01 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


BLYTHE 


TH 2-4 


4290 


SW933 


02 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


CALELLO 


F3-5 


4600 


SW933 


03 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


CASTAGNOLA 


PRE-REG ONLY 


8945 


SW933 


04 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


CATALANO 




8946 


SW933 


05 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


KANE 


TH 6 30-8 30 


7264 


SW933 


06 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


SANFORD 


F3-5 


9582 


SW933 


07 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


GOODRIDGE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9583 


SW933 


08 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


HEGARTY 




5922 


SW933 


09 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


KAPLAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















5923 


SW933 


10 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


PINNOCK 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6254 


SW933 


11 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


MC KINNON 




6255 


SW933 


12 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


MCINNIS-DITTRICH 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


6256 


SW933 


13 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


PLATT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


0606 


SW933 


14 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DOUCETTE-ROSA 




5672 


SW933 


15 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


KLINE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


7965 


SW933 


16 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


TOUZIN 




4291 


SW933 


17 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


SHARIF 


TH 8 30-10 30 




















4292 


SW933 


18 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


MACKEY 


TH 10 30-12 30 




















4601 


SW933 


19 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


KAYSER 


F 10-12 




















8947 


SW933 


20 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


BYRNE 


PRE-REG ONLY 




















8948 


SW933 


21 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


CAREY 


PRE-REG ONLY 


7265 


SW933 


22 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


MACNEIL 




9584 


SW933 


23 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


JOHNSON 


PRE-REG ONLY 


9585 


SW933 


24 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DEPT 


PRE-REG ONLY 


9586 


SW933 


25 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


PROVENCHER 




5924 


SW933 


26 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


CAVACA 


PRE-REG ONLY 


5925 


SW933 


27 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


HARDEMAN 




6257 


SW933 


28 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


WALSH 


TH2-4 




















6258 


SW933 


29 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


SPENCER 


TH 4 30-6 30 




















0607 


SW933 


30 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


TOURSE 


TH2-4 




















5673 


SW933 


31 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


WARSH 


TH 8 30-10 30 




















7966 


SW933 


32 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


WILLIAMS 


F8-10 




















7967 


SW933 


33 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


WEWIORSKI 


PRE-REG ONLY 




















4293 


SW933 


34 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DEPT 


F 10-12 


4294 


SW933 


35 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DEPT 


TH 4 30-6 30 


4602 


SW933 


36 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


8949 


SW933 


37 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DEPT 




8950 


SW933 


38 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















7266 


SW933 


50 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II CSW 


COLLINS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


5649 


SW939 


01 





GRAD 


FIELD CONTINUATI 


DN-CSW 


DEPT 




9587 


SW943 


40 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


lATRIDIS 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


9588 


SW943 


41 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


HEGARTY 




5926 


SW943 


42 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


WEITZMAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















5927 


SW943 


43 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


TRAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


















BY ARRANGEMENT 


6259 


SW943 


44 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


GOODRIDGE 




6260 


SW943 


45 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


HOWE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















0608 


SW943 


46 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


SHARIF 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















5674 


SW943 


47 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


MCNUn 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















7968 


SW943 


48 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


ROWLAND 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















7969 


SW943 


49 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















4295 


SW943 


50 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


HOGAN 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















4296 


SW943 


51 


9 


GRAD 


FIELD EDUCATION 


II COPPA 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















0756 


SW949 


01 





GRAD 


FIELD CONTINUATI 


3N-C0PPA 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















4604 


SW965 


01 


3 


GRAD 


SOC RES METH/SO 


CSERV 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















4737 


SW966 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTRO TO RES MET 


H&STATS 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 




















2101 


SW975 


01 


3 


GRAD 


THEORY/RES/CLIN 


PRACTICE 


O'HARE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


















BY ARRANGEMENT 


7685 


SW980 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DYNS PLND CHANC 


E/SOC RFRM 


ROWLAND 




7267 


SW990 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


MALUCCIO 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


9589 


SW990 


02 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


9590 


SW990 


03 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


KAYSER 




" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 




















9591 


SW990 


04 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


O'HARE 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


5928 


SW990 


05 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


DEPT 




" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 




















5929 


SW990 


06 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 


6261 


SW990 


07 


3 


GRAD 


DSW INDEPENDEN 


r STUDY 


DEPT 


BY ARRANGEMENT 


" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 






BY ARRANGEMENT 



















BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
TH2-4 
TH2-4 
TH 4 30-6 30 
TH 4 30-6 30 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



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45 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



6262 SW990 08 3 GRAD DSW INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0609 SW990 09 3 GRAD DSW INDEPENDENT STUDY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0610 SW990 10 3 GRAD DSW INDEPENDENT STUDY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5675 SW990 11 3 GRAD DSW INDEPENDENT STUDY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5676 SW990 12 3 GRAD DSW INDEPENDENT STUDY 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7970 SW991 01 3 GRAD DOCTORAL TEACHING LAB 
*• DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4297 SW991 02 3 GRAD DOCTORAL TEACHING LAB 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4298 SW991 03 3 GRAD DOCTORAL TEACHING LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4605 SW991 04 3 GRAD DOCTORAL TEACHING LAB 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4606 SW991 05 3 GRAD DOCTORAL TEACHING LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8953 SW991 06 3 GRAD DOCTORAL TEACHING LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7268 SW993 01 3 GRAD DOCTORAL RESEARCH LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7269 SW993 02 3 GRAD DOCTORAL RESEARCH LAB 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9592 SW993 03 3 GRAD DOCTORAL RESEARCH LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9593 SW993 04 3 GRAD DOCTORAL RESEARCH LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9594 SW993 05 3 GRAD DOCTORAL RESEARCH LAB 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5930 SW993 06 3 GRAD DOCTORAL RESEARCH LAB 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5931 SW995 01 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6263 SW995 02 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6264 SW995 03 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0611 SW995 04 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0612 SW995 05 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5677 SW995 06 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7971 SW995 07 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7972 SW995 08 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4299 SW995 09 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4300 SW995 10 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4607 SW995 11 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4608 SW995 12 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8954 SW995 13 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7270 SW995 14 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



7271 SW995 15 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9595 SW996 01 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



9596 SW996 02 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6370 SW996 03 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5932 SW996 04 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6281 SW996 05 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2892 SW996 06 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



5933 SW996 10 
6265 SW996 14 



GRAD 
GRAD 



6266 SW997 01 3 GRAD 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
DISSERTATION DIRECTION 
DISSERTATION DIRECTN 



0613 SW997 02 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2424 SW997 03 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTN 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0614 SW997 04 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



2505 SW997 05 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



8955 SW997 10 3 GRAD DISSERTATION DIRECTN 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



1275 SW997 14 3 GRAD 



1276 SW998 01 GRAD 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



DISSERTATION DIRECTN 
QUALIFYING EXAM STUDY 



7638 SW999 01 GRAD DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



INSTRUCTOR 

BLYTHE 

KLINE 

DEPT 

MCINNIS-DITTRICH 

MC NUTT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

KAYSER 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

MALUCCIO 

BLYTHE 

KAYSER 

KINGSON 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BLYTHE 

DEPT 

MALUCCIO 

BLYTHE 

KAYSER 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BLYTHE 

PINDERHUGHES 

DEPT 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BLYTHE 

TRAN 

DEPT 
MALUCCIO 

MALUCCIO 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



Theater 



9466 


CT060 


01 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


9680 


CT060 


02 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


JORGENSEN 


9681 


CT060 


03 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


9682 


CT060 


04 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


3899 


CT060 


05 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DOHANEY 


3900 


CT060 


06 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


3901 


CT060 


07 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


JONES 


0020 


CT060 


08 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


JONES 


0021 


CT060 


09 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


2221 


CT060 


10 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


8421 


CT060 


11 


3 


CORE 


INTRODUCTION TO THEATER 


DEPT 


8422 


CT062 


01 


3 


ONE 


DR STRUC&THEATRICAL PROC 


CUMMINGS 



TTH12* 

TTH3* 

MWF12 

T TH 1 30* 

MWF9 

MWF10 

TTH9* 

TTH10 30* 

MWF1 

MWF11 

TTH9* 

TTH9* 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



8423 CT101 01 

8628 CT101 02 
1076 CT110 01 

8629 CT140 01 



2833 CT145 01 1 ONE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



3 TWO ACTING I 
3 TWO ACTING I 
3 ONE BEGINNING BALLET I 

3 ONE ELEMENTSmEATER PROD 

THEATER PRODUCTION LAB I 



1044 CT145 02 1 ONE THEATER PRODUCTION LAB I 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1045 CT150 01 2 ONE THEATRE PRODUCTION LAB II 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3253 CT202 01 3 ONE ACTING TECHNIQUES 

" FOR THEATER ARTS MAJORS ONLY 

9467 CT215 01 3 ONE DANCE:INVITAT TO SACRED 

9468 CT220 01 3 TWO STAGE MOVEMENT 
5513 CT236 01 3 ONE STAGE MANAGEMENT 
2936 CT246 01 3 ONE SCENE PAINTING I 
1316 CT252 01 3 ONE CREATIVE DRAMATICS 
9684 CT275 01 3 TWO HISTORY OF THEATER I 

PLAYWRITING 



3902 CT285 01 3 ONE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3903 CT301 01 3 TWO ACTING III 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3584 CT363 01 3 ONE EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE 

7369 CT367 01 3 ONE AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATRE 

2104 CT430 01 3 TWO DIRECTING I 



INSTRUCTOR 

OCAMPQ-GUZNAM 

DEPT 

PARSONS 

BARNETT/MOZAK 

MOZAK 

MOZAK 

MOZAK 

OCAMPQ-GUZNAM 

VER EECKE 

NEWTON 

ENOCH 

MOZAK 

JORGENSEN 

HOUCHIN 

CUMMINGS 

HOUCHIN 

HOUCHIN 

HECHT 

HECHT 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



/ REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CT432 ALSO 



4321 CT432 01 1 TWO DIRECTING LAB I HECHT 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE CT430 ALSO 



4322 CT450 01 2 ONE TEACHING ASSISTANCE LAB 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



HECHT 



4324 CT502 02 3 TWO 

4325 CT530 01 3 TWO 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



ABBEY THEATRE SUMMER WKSP O'LEARY 
THEATR PRACTICUM/DIRECTNG HECHT 



4326 CT540 01 3 TWO THEATER PRACTICUM/DESIGN 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



4327 CT550 01 3 TWO HONORS PROGRAM 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0544 CT598 01 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0545 CT598 02 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0546 CT598 03 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



0547 CT598 04 3 TWO READINGS & RESEARCH 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



HECHT 



HECHT 



CUMMINGS 



Theology 



7639 TH001 01 3 CORE 

7973 TH001 02 3 CORE 

2310 TH001 03 3 CORE 

2311 TH001 04 3 CORE 
** COURSE HELD 

0657 TH001 05 3 CORE 
9362 TH009 01 3 ONE 
7654 TH016 01 3 CORE 

9758 TH016 02 3 CORE 

4085 TH016 03 3 CORE 
"FOR SON ONLY 

8956 TH016 04 3 CORE 

8957 TH016 05 3 CORE 

1277 TH016 06 3 CORE 

7640 TH016 07 3 CORE 

7641 TH016 08 3 CORE 

7974 TH016 09 3 CORE 

2312 TH016 10 3 CORE 

2313 TH016 11 3 CORE 

0658 TH016 12 3 CORE 
"COURSE HELD 

3041 TH023 01 3 CORE 

9364 TH023 02 3 CORE 
"COURSE HELD 

9759 TH023 03 3 CORE 

4086 TH023 04 3 CORE 

4087 TH023 05 3 CORE 

8958 TH023 06 3 CORE 
"COURSE HELD 

1278 TH023 07 3 CORE 

7642 TH023 08 3 CORE 

7643 TH023 09 3 CORE 

7975 TH023 10 3 CORE 
"COURSE HELD 

2314 TH037 01 3 ONE 

0659 TH081 01 3 ONE 

0660 TH088 01 3 CORE 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



BLICAL HERITAGE 
BLICAL HERITAGE 
BLICAL HERITAGE 
BLICAL HERITAGE 

BIBLICAL HERITAGE 
FUNDAMENTALS/JUDAISM/I 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 

INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 
INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEO 

INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 

INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 

INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 
INTRO TO CATHOLICISM 

INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW I 
CONTINUING HEBREW I 
PERSON & SOC RESPON I 



VANDERHOOFT 
MORRISON 
MORRISON 
DEPT 

SALDARINI 

ROTHMAN 

HEELING 

KELLY 

O'DONOHOE 

DEVEHERE 

ANTHONY 

CARMER 

HIMES 

HUGHES 

TERRANOVA 

GILL 

LAWRENCE 

DEPT 

EGAN 
DEPT 

MORRILL 
WANGLER 
WANGLER 
DEPT 

NOLAN 
NOLAN 
IMBELLI 
DEPT 

CARPENTER 
CARPENTER 



/ REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 



3042 TH088 02 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I HAVIS 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

9365 TH088 03 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I WEISS 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

9366 TH088 04 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I RUMBLE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

9760 TH088 05 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I BYRNE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

4088 TH088 06 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I RIVIERE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

8959 TH088 07 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I BOETTCHER 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

1279 TH088 08 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I MULLANE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

1280 TH088 09 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I MC MENAMIN 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 

7644 TH088 10 3 CORE PERSON & SOC RESPON I WALLACE 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL088 ALSO 



TTH10 30* 

TTH1 30* 

TTH4 30-6 30 

TTH12* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TTH12* 

TTH9* 

MW11* 

TTH10 30* 

MW9-11 

MWF12 

MWF11 

TTH10 30* 

TTH3* 

MWF10 

MWF1 

M W F 2-4 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



TTH12* 
TTH10 30* 
TTH12* 
MWF11 

MWF1 
T3-5 

MWF8 
M W 4-5 30 

TTH5* 

MW3* 

TTH3* 

MWF11 

MWF9 

TTH1 30* 

TTH12* 

MWF2 

MWF10 

MWF9 
MWF12 

TTH12* 
TTH9* 
TTH10 30* 
MWF11 

TTH1 30* 
TTH3* 
TTH10 30* 
TTH1 30* 

TTH9* 
TTH6* 
MWF11 

TTH12* 

TTH10 30* 

TTH9* 

MWF10 

MWF2 

MWF9 

MWF10 

TTH10 30* 

TTH3* 



46 



U-DIAL 552-8800 



Schedule of Courses, Fall 1998 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



INSTRUCTOR 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



7976 TH090 01 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 



BRAMAN 



7977 TH090 02 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I BRAMAN 

•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY / REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 



2315 TH090 03 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

0661 TH090 04 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

0662 TH090 05 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

3043 TH090 06 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

9367 TH090 07 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

9761 TH090 08 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

4089 TH090 09 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

8960 TH090 10 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

1281 TH090 11 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

7645 TH090 12 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

7646 TH090 13 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

7978 TH090 14 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

2316 TH090 15 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
•* REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

0663 TH090 16 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

3044 TH090 17 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

9368 TH090 18 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

9369 TH090 19 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

9762 TH090 20 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
*' REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

4090 TH090 21 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 

8961 TH090 22 3 CORE PERSPCTVES/WESTRN CULT/I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE PL090 ALSO 



1282 TH107 01 3 ONE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



1283 TH107 02 3 


ONE 


" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 




7647 TH160 01 3 


ONE 


7648 TH161 01 3 


CORE 



** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

7979 TH161 02 3 CORE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

0664 TH161 03 3 CORE 
** CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

0665 TH161 04 3 CORE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

3045 TH161 05 3 CORE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 

9370 TH161 06 3 CORE 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 



RELIGION IN AFRICA 

RELIGION IN AFRICA 

CHALLENGE OF JUSTICE 
THE RELIGIOUS OUEST I 

THE RELIGIOUS OUEST I 

THE RELIGIOUS OUEST I 

THE RELIGIOUS OUEST I 

THE RELIGIOUS OUEST I 

THE RELIGIOUS OUEST I 



CRONIN 

PERKINS 

WILLIAMS 

KILCOYNE 

KREEFT 

DALY 

DEPT 

DEPT 

BROWN 

LAMB 

KREEFT 

SCHEIBLER 

KILCOYNE 

KILCOYNE 

FOLEY 

HIBBS 

DEPT 

BRAMAN 

HOLDER 

FLANDERS 

LUCIRA 

LUCIRA 

MULLANE 
MILLER 

MILLER 

MC DARGH 

SCHATKIN 

LUCIRA 

HUDA 



9763 TH161 07 3 

" COURSE HELD 

" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


CORE 


THE RELIGIOUS OUEST 1 


DEPT 


2421 


TH222 


01 


3 


ONE 


BIBLICAL SPIRITUALITY 


SALDARINI 


0226 


TH242 


01 


3 


ONE 


RELATMODERNITYSEND 


MARTIN 


4796 


TH280 


01 


3 


ONE 


CONFLICT RESOLUTION 


HELMICK 


4797 


TH284 


01 


3 


ONE 


CATH THEOLOGICAL ETHICS 1 


O'DONOHOE 


1172 


TH299 


01 


3 


ONE 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DEPT 


1524 


TH302 


01 


3 


ONE 


INTRO/FEMINIST ETHICS/I 


DALY 


1525 


TH323 


01 


3 


ONE 


NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT 


HELMICK 


1526 


TH327 


01 


3 


ONE 


PERSPECT:WAR/AGGRES 1 


URITAM 


5934 


TH330 


01 


3 


TWO 


MAJORS SEMINAR 


HIMES 


1226 


TH352 


01 


3 


THREE 


TWO PEOPLES, THREE FAITHS 


HELMICK 


3125 


TH356 


01 


3 


THREE 


BOOK OF PSALMS 


KING 


9225 


TH357 


01 


3 


THREE 


PAULINE TRADITION 


PERKINS 


2906 


TH378 


01 


3 


THREE 


JESUS/STORY & HISTORY 


DARR 


8721 


TH392 


01 


3 


ONE 


GOD AND SCIENCE 


ANDERSON 


3387 TH399 01 6 ONE SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


DEPT 


7757 TH425 01 3 THREE SEM:GREEK PATRQLOGY 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


SCHATKIN 


7758 


TH430 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PSYCH/RELIGIOUS DEV 


MC DARGH 


2437 


TH440 


01 


3 


THREE 


REL HIS:AMER CATHOLICISM 


WANGLER 


3441 


TH441 


01 


3 


ONE 


SEX&GENDER:CATHOLIC PERSP 


CAHILL 


8467 


TH453 


01 


3 


THREE 


THEOLOGY AND DISCERNMENT 


FUTRELL 


5698 


TH457 


01 


3 


THREE 


NEWMAN 


HEELING 


7696 


TH463 


01 


3 


THREE 


MET.ANTH&NAMINGOFGOD 


LASH 


9940 


TH464 


01 


3 


THREE 


EAR CHRISTIAN DEEDS&DQCT 


BEATRICE 


1911 


TH476 


01 


3 


THREE 


DEVEL/THEOL/MIDDLEAGES 


BROWN 


4800 


TH482 


01 


3 


THREE 


HITLER.CHURCHES&HOLOCAUST 


DIETRICH 


5048 


TH492 


01 


3 


THREE 


PROPHETS&MYSTICS 


POPE 


1173 


TH493 


01 


3 


THREE 


INTRODUCTION TO ISLAM 


HUDA 


1174 


TH498 


01 


3 


THREE 


THEO OF CHRISTIAN MYSTIC 


EGAN 


8900 


TH516 


01 


3 


THREE 


FUNDAMENTAL THEOLOGY 


DALY 


8962 


TH520 


01 


3 


THREE 


CLASSICS OF SPIRITUALITY 


IMBELLI 


1527 


TH523 


01 


3 


THREE 


CAPSTONE:TELLING STORIES 


MC DARGH 


4302 


TH530 


01 





GRAD 


FIELD ED/PRAC/PASTORL MIN 


DEPT 


6630 


TH532 


01 


3 


GRAD 


ART/PASTORAL COUNSELING 


DEPT 


6631 


TH538 


01 


3 


GRAD 


DIR RES IN PASTORAL MINIS 


LOWERY 


2912 


TH543 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EVAL/INTER/DOCS/MAGISTERM 


SULLIVAN 


3047 


TH553 


01 


3 


THREE 


FEMINIST ETHICS 1 


DALY 


7760 


TH599 


01 


3 


ONE 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DEPT 


2439 


TH602 


01 


6 


GRAD 


FIELD ED/SUPV PRAC/HPM 


DEPT 


2440 


TH605 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CQLLOO:THEOL/PASTORL PRAC 


LOWERY 



MWF10 


W7-9 


MWF1 


W7-9 


MWF1 


W7-9 


MWF9 


W7-9 


TTH9* 


W7-9 


TTH9' 


W7-9 


TTH9* 


W7-9 


MWF10 


W7-9 


MWF11 


W7-9 


MWF11 


W7-9 


TTH9* 


W6-8 


TTH3' 


W7-9 


T TH 1 30 


W7-9 


TTH12* 


W7-9 


TTH12* 


W7-9 


TTH4 30 


W7-9 


MWF1 


W7-9 


MWF12 


W7-9 


MWF12 


W7-9 


MWF2 


W7-9 


MWF9 


W7-9 


MWF10 


W7-9 



4838 TH628 01 3 GRAD 

1175 TH639 01 GRAD 

1529 TH644 01 3 GRAD 

7025 TH666 01 3 GRAD 



LITURGY OF THE CHURCH 
LEADERSHIP IN MINISTRY 
FOUNDATIONS OF THEOLOGY 
GOLDEN AGE OF ATHEISM 



MORRILL 
HORELL 
GRIFFITH 
BUCKLEY/HIMES 



T TH 1 30* 



M 3-5 30 
MWF12 

MWF1 

T TH 1 30* 

TTH3* 

TTH9* 

MW3* 

T TH 1 30* 

T2-4 

TTH12* 

TTH9* 

T 3-4 45 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M 4 30-6 15 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

M3-5 

T 2-4 25 

T 4 30-6 30 

T4 30-6 15 

T12-2 

TTH1 30* 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

M2-4 

TH 4 30-6 15 
TH 2-3 45 
TTH9* 
T12-2 
W12-2 

TH 4 30-6 15 

T2-4 

TTH10 30* 

TTH12* 

W 10-12 

M2-4 

T2-4 

W12-2 

M 2-4 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W12-2 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH 10-12 

T 4 30-6 15 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

SAN ANTONIO 

TH 10-12 



9371 TH679 01 3 GRAD ATHENS,JERUSALEM AND ROME LAWRENCE 
4465 TH691 01 1 GRAD EXPER SOURCE OF THEO REEL DEPT 



4644 TH692 01 1 GRAD MAKING FAITH SENSE OF EXP DEPT 



1536 TH693 01 1 GRAD TURN FAITH SEN PRAC THEO 



4304 TH699 01 3 TWO READINGS AND RESEARCH DEPT 

" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 



6632 


TH707 


01 


3 


GRAD 


PSYCH FOUND/PASTORL COUNS 


ST CLAIR 


2169 


TH717 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EDUC/XIANS:PAST,PRES,FUT 


CORSO 


2500 


TH729 


01 


3 


THREE 


SCIENCE&THEOLQG ETHICS 


POPE 


3048 


TH730 


01 





GRAD 


HOLISTIC FORM/MINISTRY 


DEPT 


3391 


TH730 


02 





GRAD 


HOLISTIC FORM/MINISTRY 


DEPT 


3392 


TH730 


03 





GRAD 


HOLISTIC FORM/MINISTRY 


DEPT 


7761 


TH730 


04 





GRAD 


HOLISTIC FORM/MINISTRY 


DEPT 


7762 


TH730 


05 





GRAD 


HOLISTIC FORM/MINISTRY 


DEPT 


2442 


TH739 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CHRISTQLQGY 


RITT 


4839 


TH786 


01 


6 


GRAD 


DR/HISPTHEQL&MINISTRY 


DEPT 


0035 


TH790 


01 


3 


GRAD 


FOR RES:CONT SPIRIT 1 


GRIFFITH 


1532 


TH795 


01 


3 


GRAD 


CATHOLIC SYS THEOLOGY 1 


LAMB 


5937 


TH799 


01 


3 


THREE 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DYCH 



" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4305 TH801 01 3 

" MASTERS STUDENTS ONLY 

6634 TH816 01 3 

2176 TH820 01 

5362 TH820 02 

7624 TH820 03 

3049 TH820 04 

3393 TH820 05 

7764 TH826 01 3 

2083 TH829 01 3 

2025 TH872 01 1 

9994 TH873 01 1 GRAD DYN OF CHANGE:THEORY&PRAC REGAN 

9921 TH877 01 3 GRAD PSYCHOANALYSIS 8, ETHICS MEISSNER 



GRAD 
ONLY 


THESIS SEMINAR 


DEPT 


GRAD 


SHARING FAITH/REL EDUC 


GROOME 


GRAD 


SPIRITUALITY OF DISCERN 


DEPT 


GRAD 


SPIRITUALITY OF DISCERN 


DEPT 


GRAD 


SPIRITUALITY OF DISCERN 


DEPT 


GRAD 


SPIRITUALITY OF DISCERN 


DEPT 


GRAD 


SPIRITUALITY OF DISCERN 


DEPT 


GRAD 


INTRO/OLD TESTAMENT/GRAD 


VANDERHOQFT 


GRAD 


ETHICS OF SEX & GENDER 


CAHILL 


GRAD 


WAY OF LEADERSHIP:EXP RES 


REGAN 



4840 TH888 01 GRAD INTERIM STUDY 
** MASTERS.CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ONLY 



DEPT 



4841 


TH899 


01 


3 


GRAD 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DEPT 


1178 


TH899 


02 


3 


GRAD 


READINGS AND RESEARCH 


DEPT 


1533 


TH901 


01 


3 


GRAD 


EDUCATING IN FAITH 


REGAN 


5939 


TH998 


01 





GRAD 


DOCTORAL CQMPREHENSIVES 


DEPT 



" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

4306 TH999 01 GRAD 
" DOCTORAL STUDENTS ONLY 

Military Science 



DOCTORAL CONTINUATION 



6635 UE200 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3050 UE202 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

3395 UE204 01 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3396 UE206 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

7765 UE208 01 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7766 UE210 01 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

2445 UE212 01 3 ONE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4842 UE213 01 ONE 
"DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

4843 UE301 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

1179 UE370 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

1534 UE371 01 ONE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

5940 UE380 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

5941 UE382 01 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4307 UE384 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

6636 UE386 01 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3051 UE401 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

3397 UE404 01 3 ONE 
•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

3398 UE405 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

7767 UE406 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

7768 UE502 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

6134 UE506 01 3 ONE 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

8526 UE510 01 3 ONE 
** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 

8527 UE514 01 3 ONE 
•* DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

4908 UE520 01 3 ONE 
"DEPARTMENT PERMISSION C 



AIR FORCE TODAY 1 


DEPT 


AIR FORCE LDRSHP & MGMT 1 


DEPT 


AIR FORCE TODAY LAB 1 


DEPT 


DEVELOPMENT/AIR POWER 1 


DEPT 


DEVELPMNT/AIR POWER LAB 1 


DEPT 


AIRFORCE LDRSHP/MGT LAB 1 


DEPT 


NATIONAL SECURITY 1 


DEPT 


NATIONAL SECURITY LAB 1 


DEPT 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


DEPT 


INTRO NAVAL SCIENCE 1 


DEPT 


INTRO NAVAL SCIENCE LABI 


DEPT 


U.S. NAVAL HISTORY 1 


DEPT 


U.S. NAVAL HISTORY LAB 1 


DEPT 


NAVY LEADERSHIP 8, MGMT 1 


DEPT 


NAVY LEADERSHP/MGMT LAB 1 


DEPT 


ADV MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


DEPT 


NAVAL STRATEGY AND POLICY 


DEPT 


SEAPOWER/MARITIME AFFAIRS 


DEPT 


NAVAL SHIP SYSTEMS 1 


DEPT 


MILITARY LAW 1 


DEPT 


ETHICS 1 


DEPT 


ADVANCE TACTICS 1 


DEPT 


LAND NAVIGATION 1 


DEPT 


INTRO/UNITED STATES ARMY 


DEPT 



T2-4 

M 4 30-6 15 

T 10-12 

W 1 30-4 
FABER HOUSE 

M 4 30-6 15 

F4-9 
S10-4 
9/11 &9/12 

F4-9 
S10-4 
10/16 8,10/17 

F4-9 
S10-4 
11/6 8,11/7 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



M2-4 

W7-9 

W 2-4 30 

M 12 15-1 45 

T 7-8 30 

W 4 30-6 

TH 10-11 30 

TH 7-8 30 

T 4 30-6 30 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

TH2-4 

W2-4 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W 10-12 30 

T 12 15-1 45 

T 7-8 30 

W 4 30-6 

TH 12 15-1 45 

TH 7-8 30 

TH2-4 

T4 30-6 15 

WERNERSVILLE, PA 
10/16 8,10/17 

WERNERSVILLE, PA 
9/18 8,9/19 

M3-5 

1ST MON MONTH 

ST MARY'S 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

W2-4 

BY ARRANGEMENT 

BY ARRANGEMENT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 
BY ARRANGEMENT 



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INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



4909 UE524 01 3 ONE CONTEMP/ARMY OPERATIONS 

** DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 

University Courses and Capstone 



DEPT 



BY ARRANGEMENT 



No student may take more than one Capstone seminar during his/her undergraduate years. Thus, you may not take two Capstone courses in one 
semester or two different semesters. This is true whether the course is listed under UN numbers, or as a course in a specilic department. If a 
second Capstone course appears on your record, it will be removed. This could make you ineligible for graduation. 



5283 UN104 01 3 CORE MODERNISM & THE ARTS I 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE UNI 05 ALSO 



5284 UN105 01 3 CORE MODERNISM 8, THE ARTS I 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE UNI 04 ALSO 



HIBBS 



HIBBS 



9764 UNI 09 01 3 CORE HORIZONS/NEW SOC SCI 1 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE UN110ALSO 


LAWRENCE 


8051 UN110 01 3 CORE HORIZONS/NEW SOC SCI 1 
" REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE UNI 09 ALSO 


LAWRENCE 


0451 UN1 19 01 3 CORE NEW SCIENT VISIONS 1 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE UN120 ALSO 


ANDERSON 


0452 UN120 01 3 CORE NEW SCIENT VISIONS 1 
** REGISTER FOR CO-REQUISITE UN119ALS0 


ANDERSON 


6847 UN160 


01 


3 


CORE 


CHALLENGE OF JUSTICE 


MULLANE 


6848 UN502 


01 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTONE:ETHICS/PROFESSNS 


SPINELLO 


7272 UN502 


02 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTONE:ETHICS/PR0FESSNS 


SPINELLO 


1634 UN505 


01 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTONEIIFE/CAREER PLNG 


CAPALBO 


1635 UN508 01 3 
" CULTURAL DIVERSITY 


ONE 


CAPSTONE:TAOISIVI:HOLIS PL 


soo 


1636 UN510 01 3 ONE CAPSTONE:CONFLICT/DECISN 
" DEPARTMENT PERMISSION ONLY 


BARRY 


6136 UN522 


01 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTIESS FROM WARZONE 


PETILLQ 


8528 UN523 


01 


3 


ONE 


CAPSTONE:TELLING STORIESR 


MC DARGH 


7161 UN525 


01 


3 


ONE 


NARRATIVES OF THE SELF 


MATSON 


8529 UN526 


01 


3 


ONE 


CAPST0NE:SPIRIT8,SCI BEL 


HALPERN 


4910 UN527 


01 


3 


THREE 


CAPSTONE:ASPECTS OF SELF 


STECZYNSKI 


5285 UN879 


01 


3 


GRAD 


INTRO TO PSYCHOANALYSIS 


MEISSNER 



MWF11 



MWF11 



MWF1 

TTH10 30* 
TH4 30* 

TTH10 30* 
TH4 30* 

M 3-5 30 

T 4 30-6 45 

TH 4 30-6 45 

TTH4 30* 

VOUTE HALL LIBRARY 



TTH12* 



W 3-5 30 


M 2-4 30 


MW3* 


TTH10 30* 


TH 4 30-6 30 



INDEX COURSE CREDITS LEVEL TITLE 



INSTRUCTOR 



BUILDING ROOM TIME 



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Final Exam Schedules 



Spring Semester 1998 

Saturday May 2 Through Saturday May 9, 1998 



Exam 



Class 



Exam Day and Time 



00 
01 
02 
03 
04 
05 
06 
07 
08 
09 
10 
11 
12 
13 



By Arrangement 












00 


IVIWF8 


Wed 


May 


6 


9:00 


A.M. 


01 


MWPg 


Sat 


May 


2 


9:00 


A.M. 


02 


MWFIO 


Thu 


May 


7 


9:00 


A.M. 


03 


MWFII 


Fri 


May 


8 


9:00 


A.M. 


04 


IVIWF12 


Tue 


May 


5 


9:00 


A.M. 


05 


MWFI 


Mon 


May 


4 


12:30 


P.M. 


06 


IVIWF2 


Thu 


May 


7 


12:30 


P.M. 


07 


IVIWF3 


Mon 


May 


4 


9:00 


A.M. 


08 


TTH9 


Wed 


May 


6 


12:30 


P.M. 


09 


TTH 10:30 


Sat 


May 


2 


12:30 


P.M. 


10 


TTH12 


Sat 


May 


9 


9:00 


A.M. 


11 


TTH 1:30 


Fri 


May 


8 


12:30 


P.M. 


12 


TTH 3 


Tue 


May 


5 


12:30 


P.M. 


13 



Final Exam Information 

All courses have scheduled exam times determined by the starting time of the 
course. The listing above shows standard class meeting time exam assignments for 
undergraduate courses. In general, common exams are held at 4 pm. If a course does not 
fit exactly into a module, it assumes the module corresponding to the closest class meet- 
ing time. For example, a class meeting T TH 1 1 is assigned module 1 (T TH 1 0:30*). In 
situations where the non-standard time falls halfway between two modules, use the mod- 
ule for the later time. For example, a class meeting M W F 9:30 is assigned module 03 (M 
WF10). 

All graduate courses meeting once a week and undergraduate courses that start at 
4:00 pm or later and meet once a week will have final exams on the first regular class day 
that occurs during the exam week. All graduate courses meeting more than once a week 
and undergraduate courses that start at 4:00 pm or later and meet more than once a 
week will have final exams on the class day that is earliest in the calendar week. For 
example, the final exam for a T TH 4pm class would be held Tuesday at 4pm. Exams will 
be held at the usual class meeting time and location unless otherwise posted on the exam 
schedule. 

The meeting place for each exam, and exceptions or changes to the schedule will be 
posted outside the Office of the University Registrar, Lyons 1 01 , one week prior to the 
exam period. Exam information is also available on U-View. 



Fall Semester 1998 

Friday December 11 Through Friday December 18, 1998 



Exam 



Class 



Exam Day and Time 



By Arrangement 










MWF8 


Sat 


Dec 


12 


9:00 A.M. 


MWF9 


Fri 


Dec 


18 


9:00 A.M. 


MWFIO 


Thu 


Dec 


17 


12:30 P.M 


MWF11 


Sat 


Dec 


12 


12:30 P.M 


MWF12 


Mon 


Dec 


14 


9:00 A.M. 


MWFI 


Wed 


Dec 


16 


9:00 A.M. 


MWF2 


Wed 


Dec 


16 


12:30 P.M 


MWF3 


Fri 


Dec 


11 


9:00 A.M. 


TTH 9 


Tue 


Dec 


15 


12:30 P.M 


TTH 10:30 


Thu 


Dec 


17 


9:00 A.M. 


TTH 12 


Mon 


Dec 


14 


12:30 P.M 


TTH 1:30 


Tue 


Dec 


15 


9:00 A.M. 


TTH 3 


Fri 


Dec 


11 


12:30 P.M 



If there is a storm during the examination period, there is the expectation that 
exams will be held as scheduled. In the very rare instance that the exam schedule is 
delayed or postponed due to inclement weather or other emergency situations, the 
first available of the following days will be used: The Sunday during the exam week, 
the afternoon of the last exam day, and the day after the last exam day. If rescheduling 
is necessary, announcements will be made on WBZ, WRKO, and WBMX, and on the 
Boston College INFO line (552-4636). For graduate and professional students, 
announcements concerning final exams will be made on the same radio stations and 
on 552-INFO. Students are responsible for attending final exams at the scheduled 
times. In addition, students should consider possible exam rescheduling when making 
travel plans at the end of the semester. 

Students are expected to take no more than two final exams in any one day. If a stu- 
dent has three exams scheduled in one day and one of these is a common exam, it is the 
responsibility of the instructor holding the common exam to give a make-up exam. If a 
student has three regularly scheduled exams (this can happen if the student is taking a 
course that meets at 4:00 pm or later), the instructor teaching the course outside of the 
standard time blocks (8 am-3 pm) should provide a make-up exam. In addition, if a stu- 
dent has a conflict between a common exam and a regularly scheduled late afternoon or 
evening course exam, the responsibility for a make-up lies with the instructor offering the 
common exam. 



Common Exam Schedule 



Spring 1998 

Saturday, May 2 
4:00 pm 



Monday, May 4 
4:00 pm 



Tuesday, May 5 
4:00 pm 



Intro/lnter/CCR/RomLang 
RL004-RL010-RL016 
RL110-RL114-RL116 
RL210-RL216 

Wednesday, May 6 
4:00 pm 



MD021(01-06)Mgmt&Oper 
MD099(01-07)Strat&Pol 
MA022(01-11)MangAcc't 
MA032(01)MangAcc't Honors 

Thursday, May 7 

4:00 pm 



MT100(01-14)Calculus I 
MT101(01-16)Calculusll 



Friday, May 8 
4:00 pm 



EC151(01&03)Statistics 



MC021(01-08)Comp/Mgmt 



Make-up exams for all courses 
scheduled for Common Exams 



THE LOCATIONS FOR ALL COMMON EXAMS & MAKE-UP EXAMS WILL BE ANNOUNCED. 



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Academic Calendar 1998-1999 






Spring Semester 1998 




Fall Semester 1998 




January 5 


Monday 


Classes begin for law 
students 


August 24 


Monday 


Classes begin for second 
and third year law students 


January 12 


Monday 


Classes begin 


August 25 


Tuesday 


Classes begin for first year 
law students 


January 16 


Friday 


Drop/Add period ends 














September 2 


Wednesday 


Classes begin 


January 19 


Monday 


Martin Luther King, Jr. 












Day— No classes 


September 3 


Thursday 


Faculty Convocation 


February 13 


Friday 


Last date for graduate 
students to sign up for May 


September 7 


Monday 


Labor Day 






1998 graduation 


September 9 


Wednesday 


Drop/Add period ends 


March 2 


Monday 


Spring Vacation 


September 18 


Friday 


Parent's Weekend 


to 


to 




to 


to 




March 6 


Friday 




September 20 


Sunday 




April 7 


Tuesday 
begins 


Academic advising period 


October 8 


Thursday 


Classes at and after 
4:00 PM. have been 
rescheduled for December 10 


April 9 


Thursday 


No classes— Holy Thursday, 






at the same time 


to 


to 


Good Friday, Easter Monday 








April 13 


Monday 


(except classes beginning at 


October 12 


Monday 


Columbus Day— No classes 






4:00 P.M. and later) 


October 30 


Friday 


Academic Advising Period 


April 14 


Tuesday 


Last date for official 






begins 






withdrawal from a course or 
from the university 


November 13 


Friday 


Graduate registration period 
for spring 1999 


April 17 


Friday 


Graduate registration period 
for fall and summer 1998 


November 16 


Monday 


Undergraduate registration 
period for spring 1999 


April 20 


Monday 


Patriot's Day— No classes 


November 25 


Wednesday 


Thanksgiving holidays 


April 22 


Wednesday 


Undergraduate registration 


to 


to 








period for fall 1998 


November 27 


Friday 




April 30 


Thursday 


Study days— No classes for 


November 30 


Monday 


Last date for official 


to 




undergraduate day students 






withdrawal from a course 


May 1 


Friday 


only 






or from the University 


May 2 


Saturday 


Term examinations 


December 4 


Friday 


Last date for master's and 


to 


to 








doctoral candidates to turn in 


May 9 


Saturday 








signed and approved copies 
of theses and dissertations 


May 18 


Monday 


Commencement 






for December graduation 


May 24 


Sunday 


Law School Commencement 


December 9 


Wednesday 


Study days-No classes 








to 


to 


for undergraduate day 








December 10 


Thursday 


students only 








December 10 


Thursday 


All classes that were 
rescheduled from October 8 
will meet at their usual class 
times. 








December 11 
to 
December 18 


Friday 


Term examinations 








Friday 





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Academic Calendar 1998-1999 



Spring Semester 1999 



January 4 


Monday 


Classes begin for all law 
students 


January 18 


Monday 


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day- 
No classes 


January 19 


Tuesday 


Classes begin 


January 25 


Monday 


Drop/Add period ends 


February 12 


Friday 


Last date for graduate 
students to sign up for May 
1999 graduation 


March 1 
to 
March 5 


Monday 

to 

Friday 


Spring Vacation 


March 23 


Thursday 


Academic Advising Period 
begins 


April 1 
to 
April 5 


Thursday 

to 

Monday 


Easter Weekend— No classes 
Holy Thursday, Good Friday, 
Easter Monday (except 
classes beginning at 
4:00 PM. and later) 


April 6 


Tuesday 


Graduate registration period 
for summer and fall 1999 


April 7 


Wednesday 


Last date for master's and 
doctoral candidates to turn in 
signed and approved copies 
of theses and dissertations 
for May 1999 graduation 


April 9 


Friday 


Undergraduate registration 
period for fall 1999 


April 16 


Friday 


Last date for official 
withdrawal from a course or 
from the university 


April 19 


Monday 


Patriot's Day— No classes 


May 5 
to 
May 6 


Wednesday 

to 

Thursday 


Study days— No classes for 
undergraduate day students 
only 


May 7 
to 
May 14 


Friday 

to 

Friday 


Term examinations to 


May 24 


Monday 


Commencement 


May 28 


Friday 


Law School Commencement 



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Directory and Office Locations 



Academic Development Center 

Suzanne Barrett, Director O'Neill 200 

Accounting 

Jeffrey R. Cohen, Chairperson Fulton 520D 

Admission 

Undergraduate: 

John L. Mahoney, Jr., Director Devlin 208 

Graduate: 

Department Chairpersons McGuinn 221 

Advancing Studies 

James Woods, S.J., Dean McGuinn 100 

AHANA 

Donald Brown, Director 72 College Road 

American Studies 

Alexandra Chasin, Director Carney 349 

Arts and Sciences 

J. Robert Barth, S.J., Dean Gasson 103 

J. Joseph Burns, Assoc. Dean Gasson 109 

Carol Hurd Green, Assoc. Dean Gasson 109 

Marie McHugh, Senior Assoc. Dean Gasson 109 

Sr. Mary Daniel O'Keeffe, Assoc. Dean Gasson 109 

Biology 

William Petri, Chairperson Higgins 321 

Black Studies 

Frank Taylor, Director Lyons 301 

Business Law 

David Twomey, Chairperson Fulton 420B 

Career Center 

Frank Fessenden, Director 38 Southwell Hall 

Center for East Europe, Russia and Asia 

Raymond McNally, Director Carney 171 

Chemistry 

Paul Davidovits, Chairperson Merkert319 

Classical Studies 

David Gill, Chairperson Carney 123 

Communication 

Dale Herbeck, Chairperson Lyons 215B 

Computer Science 

Edward Sciore, Chairperson Fulton 414B 

Counseling Services 

Campion Hall Unit Campion 301 

Gasson Hall Unit Gasson 108 

Fulton Hall Unit Fulton 254 

Economics 

Richard Tresch, Chairperson Carney 131 

Education 

Mary Brabeck, Dean Campion 305C 

John Cawthorne, Assistant Dean Campion 104A 

Arline Riordan, Graduate Admission Campion 103 

Maureen Kenny,Prog. Dir, Couns, Dev, & Ed Psych Campion 309 

Marilyn Cochran-Smith Prog. Dir. Curr. & Inst.- 

Teacher Education Campion 211 

Robert Starratt Prog. Dir. Ed. Admin. & Higher Ed Campion 205 

Walter Haney Prog. Dir Campion 309 

English 

Rosemarie Bodenheimer, Chairperson Carney 450 

Finance 

Alan Marcus, Chairperson Fulton 330 

Financial Aid 

Bernie Pekala, Director Lyons 120 

Fine Arts 

John Michalczyk, Chairperson Devlin 434 

First Year Experience Programs 

Rev. Joseph R Marchese, Director O'Connell House 107-109 

Geology and Geophysics 

J. Christopher Hepburn, Chairperson Devlin 213 

Germanic Studies 

Michael Resler, Chairperson Carney 325 

Graduate Arts and Sciences 

Michael Smyer, Dean McGuinn 221 

Patricia DeLeeuw, Associate Dean McGuinn 221 



History Department 

Peter Weiler, Chairperson Carney 116 

Honors Program 

Arts and Sciences 

Mark O'Connor Gasson 102 

Education 

Peter Airasian Campion 239C 

Management 

David McKenna Fulton 350A 

Housing 

Robert Capalbo, Director Rubenstein Hall 

Law School 

Aviam Soifer, Dean Stuart M309 

Learning Resources for Student Athletes 

Kevin Lyons, Director Lyons 403 

Library Reference Department 

Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah, Head Reference Librarian O'Neill 307 

Management 

John Neuhauser, Dean Fulton 510A 

Hassell McClellan, Dean Fulton 350A 

Richard Keeley, Associate Dean Fulton 360A 

Marketing Department 

Victoria L. Crittenden, Chairperson Fulton 450B 

Mathematics Department 

Richard A. Jenson, Chairperson Carney 375 

Music Department 

T. Frank Kennedy, S.J., Chairperson Lyons 407 

Nursing 

Barbara Hazard Munro, Dean Cushing 203 

Laurel Eisenhauer, Graduate Associate Dean Cushing 202 

Loretta Higgins, Undergraduate Associate Dean Cushing 202C 

Operations and Strategic Management 

M. Hossein Safizadeh, Chairperson Fulton 350A 

Organization Studies 

Judith R. Gordon, Chairperson Fulton 430A 

Philosophy 

Richard Cobb-Stevens, Chairperson Carney 251 

Physics 

Kevin Bedell, Chairperson Higgins 355 

Political Science 

Marc Landy, Chairperson McGuinn 201 

Psychology 

M. Jeanne Sholl, Chairperson McGuinn 343 

Norman Berkowitz, Assistant Chairperson McGuinn 338 

Religious Education Program (IREPM) 

Claire E. Lowrey, Director 31 Lawrence Ave. 

Romance Languages and Literatures 

Kevin Newmark, Chairperson Lyons 304 

Slavic and Eastern Languages 

Michael Connolly, Chairperson Lyons 210 

Social Work, Graduate School 

June Hopps, Dean McGuinn 129 

Sociology Department 

David A. Karp, Chairperson McGuinn 417 

Student Account and Loans 

Kathy Mundhenk, Associate Controller More 380 

John Brown, Collection Manager More 380 

Student Development 

Robert Sherwood, Dean McElroy 233 

Summer Session 

James Woods, S.J., Dean McGuinn 100 

Theatre 

Stuart J. Hecht, Chairperson Robsham Theater 

Theology 

Donald Dietrich, Chairperson Carney 418 

University Chaplain 

Richard T. Cleary, S.J McElroy 215 

University Librarian 

Jerome Yavarkovsky O'Neill Library 

University Registrar 

Louise Lonabocker Lyons 101 



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U-View via Modem 

Modem Setup 

• In your communications pacl<age, set your modem speed to tlie speed rated for 
your modem. The other settings remain the same: 8 bits, no parity, hardware 
handshal<e or flow control. Error correction should be turned off. 

Logging On 

• Use your communications software (Mac Terminal, ZTerm, Reflection, 
ProComm, YTerm, e.g.) to dial the modem pool number appropriate for your 
modem: 552 3020 for 2400 bps or LESS, 552 0999 for 4800 or GREATER. Long 
Distance dial: 1 617 552 3020 (or 1 617 552 0999). Use SPACES to separate the 
numbers! 

You should see CONNECT 2400/REL (speed varies by modem). You MAY have to 
press <RETURN> several times to establish a connection. Then you will see 
Servername for Quest/^-l^/eu/is BCVMCMS. 

Press the <ENTER>or <RETURN> once or twice and you will see Enter 
Username>. Enter your BC username and press <RETURN>. 

You will see the prompt Type "C" Servername>. For U-View or Quest, type c 
then a space then BCVMCMS. NOTE: Typing 6100 and 8400 will NOT work. 

Press <RETURN>. On the blank line under Please enter a terminal id; prompt, 
type 1 for VT100, unless you know that your machine is otherwise. 

The BC screen will appear. Type your username on the Enter your Username, 
Eagle Number...: prompt and press <RETURN>. (You can use any of the listed 
options.) 

Tab once and type your PIN (Personal Identification Number) on the Enter Your 
PIN Number: prompt and press <RETURN>. 

You are now at the APPLICATION MENU screen of UIS. Select the application you 
wish to use (e.g., UIS, QUEST) and type its corresponding number on the SELEC- 
TION=> prompt and press <RETURN>. (For U-View, type 1 for the UIS system.) 

You are now at the System menu for UIS. Your options will vary. Type the num- 
ber for U-View (or other service) on the ENTER SELECTION line and press 
<RETURN>. 

Logging Off 

• If you are using UIS mail, return to its main menu. Type L on the ENTER YOUR 
CHOICEE line and press <RETURN>. 

If you are using U-Buy, return to its main menu. Type L on the TYPE SELECTION 
HERE...> line and press <RETURN>. 

If you are using U-View, return to its main menu. Type L on the TYPE SELECTION 
HERE...> line and press <RETURN>. 

The APPLICATION MENU screen will appear. Type L on the SELECTION=> line 
and press <RETURN>. 

• You are now at the BC screen. Type Y on the Enter "Y" to disconnect: prompt and 
press <RETURN>. 

• At the Type "C" Servername> prompt, type log to disconnect 

"C" option on U-View Pius (View Courses) can now access both fall and spring 
courses. 



U-View Plus 



Instructions are posted in the Student Learning and Support Center and in O'Neill 248. 



U-Dial 



Call the Boston College Voice Response Unit: 

617-552-8800 

If you are calling outside the 617 area code, be sure to dial 1+617 before 
552-8800. 

Enter your Eagle Number or your social security number upon request. 

Enter your 5-digit personal information number (PIN). 

Once you have accessed the voice response unit, the tape will list the main menu 
of transactions. (Review the selections below to be sure you understand the dif- 
ferences between transactions.) The system will then request that you choose a 
transaction by pressing one of the following: 

TO ADD A course: If you wish to add a course, press 1 when prompted to do so. 
Then follow the instructions at each prompt until the add transaction is 
completed. 

TO DROP A course: If you wish to drop a course, press 2 when prompted to do so. 
Then follow the instructions at each prompt until the drop transaction is com- 
pleted. 

TO ADD AND DROP A COURSE: If you wish to drop one course and then add one 
course, press 3 when prompted to do so and follow the instructions at each 
prompt until the drop/add transaction is completed. This transaction will not 
complete the drop uniess you successfully add one course in its place; therefore, 
you shouldn"t worry when the drop transaction appears not to have gone 
through. This transaction should be used if you are changing the corequisite for 



a course (a lab or a discussion group). 

TO CHECK THE STATUS OF A COURSE: If you wish to check quickly to see if a particular 
course is open, press 4 when prompted to do so. Then follow the instructions to 
check the status of the course. 

TO LIST courses: Press 5 to hear the courses you are currently registered for or to 
confirm your transaction(s). 

TO END call: Press 9 to disconnect from the Voice Response Unit. Be sure to lis- 
ten carefully to instructions as you proceed with any transaction. If you make a 
mistake at any time, press * to start over. 

Once you are familiar with the system, you can bypass the recorded message by 
entering the information requested at the beginning of the prompt. 

Problems/Error Messages 

You may encounter a problem or receive an error message while using the voice response 
unit.The most probable messages/problems and solutions are listed as follows. 

Problem/MessageProbable Solution 



1. Can't access system 



2. System not available 



3. Busy Signal 



4. System does not answer 



5. Wrong ID 



6 Wrong PIN 



7. Wrong index numbers 



8. Time Conflict message 



9. The course you want is 
• a sixth course 



restricted to a major or school 



closed or requires department 



Use a touch-tone phone not a rotary phone, 
or try from another phone. Your phone may 
be malfunctioning. 

You are calling outside the hours 8:00 a.m. 
to 11:00 P.M. seven days a week. Please call 
during U-Diai hours. OR the system is expe- 
riencing unscheduled downtime. Please call 
back in 15 minutes. 

The system"s incoming telephone lines are 
all in use. Try again later. 

The Voice Response Unit is not functioning. 
Try again later. 

Check to make sure that you are inputting 
your Eagle or social security number cor- 
rectly. 

Check to make sure that you are inputting 
your PIN correctly. 

Check to make sure that you are inputting 
the correct 4-digit index number, not the 
course number (e.g., 9999 rather than 
EN999.09). Refer to the Sciieduie of 
Courses ^or index numbers. 

Check the Sciieduie of Courses or the 
Course Status List available on U-View Pius. 
If there is still a problem, there may have 
been a time change. What is on the comput- 
er is correct since it is the most up-to-date. 



Students in A&S, CSOM, and SON who 
maintain a 3.00 GPA, may add a sixth 
course on-line (up to 20 credits) during the 
first week of classes. 

You must get the appropriate departmental 
approval to be allowed to override these 
restrictions. 



For all these restrictions, see the depart- 
ment. If they issue an override, obtain the 
necessary stamp(s) and/or signature(s) and 
bring the approved form to Lyons 112 by 
4:30 P.IVI. on September 9. 



If the above does not resolve your problem, or if you have a difficult problem, call 
617-552-3300 during business hours, Monday-Friday 8:45 A.M. to 4:45 PM. 



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TN3270 is a software tool that allows your networked IBM to establish 'terminal sessions' 
with IBM mainframe computers such as the Boston College UIS System or the QUEST 
system in order to access U-View or Quest. 



Starting TN3270 



Double-click on the TN3270 icon. (Figure 1) It is located in the PC/TCP Applications 
window located in your Program Manager. 



Logging onto UIS 



Once you have double-clicked on the TN3270 icon, you will see the Open dialog. 
(Figure 2) If this is your first time using this program, the Sessions Available: 
box will be blank. 

NOTE: The programs TNVT and TN3270 use the same dialogs, so if you save 
a session in TNVT and then open TN3270, you will see it in the Sessions 
Available box as well. 

Click on the Cancel button. You will now see a blank screen. Choose New... 
from the Session menu at the top of your screen. 

You will now see the New dialog. (Figure 3) Type bcvmcms.bc.edu in the Host 
Name or IP Address: box and click on the Connect button. 

You will see a message. Trying to connect to bcvmcms.bc.edu then Entering 
3270 mode in the lower left corner of your screen. The BC screen will now 
appear. (Figure 4) Follow the on-screen instructions. 

If you do not know your username, consult your Communications Directory. 

If you have forgotten your PIN (Personal Identification Number), you must go to 
the HELP Center in person or the O'Neill Computing Facility and present your 
valid Boston College ID. An authorized person will then look it up. 



Saving a Session 



("shortcuts" to connect to a host) 

Boston College's University Information System (UIS) is being used for this example. You 
can save any other session to any other host in the same way. 

• Open a connection to UIS or any other Host computer. 

• Once you are through, log out of UIS as you normally do. Choose C/osefrom the 
Session menu. 

• You will now see the TN3270 dialog asking you if you want to save this session. 
Click on Yes. (Figure 5) 

• You will now see the Save As dialog box. (Figure 6) Type UIS or bcvmcms 
(matter of preference) in the New Session Name box. Click on the Save button. 



Opening an existing session 



(using "shortcuts") 

• Double-click on the TN3270 icon if you are not logged in, or choose Open from 
the Session menu if TN3270 is already open. You must close a current session 
to open a new one. 

• You will now see the Open dialog box. You should see UIS or bcvmcms (depend- 
ing on what you named it) in the Sessions Available: box. 

• Click on the name to highlight and click on the Connect button. You should now 
see the BC screen. 



Quitting TN 3270 



• Log out of whatever system you are currently connected to. 

• Choose C/ose from the Session menu. 

• Choose fx/f from the File menu. You will be asked if you want to save the ses- 
sion. (Figure 5) If you have already saved a session document for UIS, or any 
other Host computer, click No. 

Telnet Users 

• Choose New. . .from the Session menu at the top of your screen. 

• You will now see the New dialog. Type bcvmcms.bc.edu in the Host Name or IP 
Address: box and click on the Connect button. 



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TN3270 is a software tool that allows your networked Macintosh to establish 'terminal 
sessions' with IBM mainframe computers such as Boston College, UIS or QUEST systems 
in order to access U-View or Quest. 



Starting TN3270 



Double-click on the TN3270 icon. (Figure 1 ) 

Logging on to UIS 

• Choose Open Connection Irom the File menu. (Figure 2) 

Type BCVMCMS. BC.EDU in the Session name box and click on the QK ■ 
button. (Figure 3) 

• The UIS Login screen will appear. (Figure 4) Type your username and the <TAB> 
key. If you do not know your username, consult your Communications Directory. 
(Your username is on the last line of your personal information, before the colon. 

Ex.: USERJQE:USERJQE@HERMES.BC.EDU; USERJOE is the username.) 



Type your Personal Identification Number at the PIN: 
<RETURN/ENTER>. 



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If you have forgotten your PIN, you must go to the HELP Center, Gasson 12, or 
the Q'Neill Computing Facility in person and present your valid Boston College 
ID. An authorized person will then look it up. 

• You are now at the main screen of B.C.'s UIS system. 

Siiortcut to UIS 

• If you mainly log on to BC's UIS System, you can automatically advance to the 
login screen and skip the Open Connection and Session name boxes. 

• Within the TN3270 folder, you will see two documents: "UIS System/Color" and 
'UIS System/B&W. (Figures 5 & 6) If you double-click on either of these docu- 
ments, you will immediately advance to the Username: prompt. (Figure 4) 

• If you have a color monitor, double-click on the 'UIS System/Color' icon. If you 
have a black and white (or 'greytone') monitor double-click on the 'UIS 
System/B&W icon. 

Telnet Users 

• To make a connection choose Open Session from the File menu. Type 
BCVIWCMS. BC.EDU as the Session name. 

Click ok 



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